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MITCHELL ADDY • DERYKKA ALBRIGHT • KERRI ALESNIK • 

DANIEL AMATO • THOMIKA ANDERSON • HAROLD ANDREWS • 

STACEY APANAITES • TINA ARNOLD • LADRHESA ASH • GREGORY 

BABNIK • SHANNON BAILEY • DIANE BAIRD • PATTI BAKER • MATTHEW 

BARLEY • SHARON BARRETT • CARLA BARTLETT • JENNIFER BECK • LATRICE 

BELL* MITCHELL BERZIN • MICHELLE BERZINSKAS • THERESA BLASIUS • LEE BOCK • 

GERALD BOINER • JOCELYN BOROS • VICTORIA BOROS • SHAWNA BRADAC • COLEEN 

BRADACH • CANTINA BREWINGTON • SUZI BRKIC • BRIGETT BROKAW • BOSTJAN BRUMEN • 

RICHARD BUNN« JOHN BURICH« PATRICIA BURKE 'STEPHEN BURKE* STEVE BURRINGTON -TRACY 

CAPUOZZO • PATRICK CARE.Y • ANTHONY CARMIGIANO • KELLY CARNEY • MICHAEL CARNEY • BRYANT 

CARROLL • JASON CARROLL • TAMIKO CARTER • ROGELENE M CASTRO • BETSY CAYNE • CHRISTINE 

CECELIC«SONIACENCIC« NICOLE CERANOWICZ* LESLIECERCEK -JOSEPH CESA*TENNISHACHATMAN» 

DAMON CHERNEY • CHRISTINE FREDERICK DIXON • MICHELLE 

CHIANCONE • JOHN CIARLILLO • DONOVAN • JENNIFER DREIS • DANIEL 

CHRISTOPHER CIULLA • ADRIENNE DUBECKY • KELLY DUFFY • ALEN 

CIUPRINSKAS«KEITHCLARK«SHAWN DUGMOVIC • MARIJO DUJMOVIC • 

CLARK -TERRYCLARK II -TERRY COBB JEANNE DUVALL • RICHARD EADS • 

• SHANA COGHILL • ANDREA DARRYL EAST • LISA EATON • BASSEM 
COLAVECCHIO • REBECCA COLE • EL-KHATIB • LORETTA EPPINGER • 
JESSE COLEMAN • MARLA COOK • LAURIE EVANS • CHRISTOPHER 
CATHERINE COPELAND • IRVIN FAKULT • MARK FIFOLT • MEREDITH 
CORBITT • YOLANDA CORNELIUS • FITZGERALD • RICHARD FLAISMAN • 
CHRISTINECOTTER* MIRIAM COUCH* CYNTHIA FOCARETO • INDIA FORD • 
LEONARD CRAIG • JODIE CULLITON • JENEEN FOREE • JAMES FOREMAN • 
RASHONDA CUMMINGS • ANTHONY ERIN FOX • MICHAEL FRICKE • 
CURRY • VIDAL CURRY • JUSTIN TIMOTHY FULGHAM • VICTORIA 
DAUGHERTY • KELLY DAUGHERTY • FUMICH • CHRISTINE GALAIDA • 
MAUREEN DEJONGE* FRANK DENGEL COLEEN GALLAGHER • KELLY 
JR • MARY DENGEL • DENISE GAMBATESE • MELISSA GAMMON • 
DENOVICH • ELVIRA Dl PLACITO • MATTHEW GARBINCUS • DENNIS 
GARGIULO • MARIO GASPERSIC • KEVIN GEMBARSKI • GREGORY GERLAND • SHERI GEZANN • ADAIR 
GILBERT* KENNETH GILBERT* JONATHAN GORNIK • SCOTTGOULD* JOZELIA GRACE* LA QUANAGRANT* 

TRACEYGRAVES'CHRISTOPHERGRIFFIN* BRIAN GUILFOYLE^GARYHABAT* DANIEL HALL II* SUZANNE 

HAMILTON* MAUREEN HANNAN* AARON HASELBUSCH* JACKQUALYNN HASTY* CARRIE HATCHER* 

LISA HAWK *RUSSHENIKMAN*LATRESEHIGGINS*DANNYHILL*ROBERTHILLJR* JAMES HLABSE 

• DONNA HOAG* TIM HOFFMAN* MICHAEL HOLLY* CRAIG HOOVER* REBECCA HOPKINS* JANET 

HULA • SCOTT HUMPHRIES • ROBIN HUNT • DEBRA ISGRO • ETHEL ISHEIM • NIVES IVANCIN • 

BRIAN JACKSON • LEE JACKSON • SHELLI JACKSON • CHENETT JOHNSON • DENISE L 

JOHNSON *KENNARD JOHNSON-BEY* ANGELA JONES • CHARITY JONES • DARYL JONES 

•KAWANAJONES* RAYMOND JONES* VALERIE JONES* KATHERINEJUHL* REBECCA 

KARNAK • ANN KELLY • JOEL KERNC • KENNETH KILGORE • KEVIN KINSELLA • 

MICHELLE KITIS • AARON KOONCE • 

JAMES KOSMERL • JESSICA KOVAC • 

EDWARD KOVACIC • JANICE 

KOZLOWSKI • DAVID KRAMER • 

JENNIFER KRASNIK • HEATHER 

PATRICIA MASTERSON • CARLA KRISTOFF • MELISSA KROHN • 

MATIASKA • ELIZABETH MAZZEI • JEFFERYKROPE**CATHERINEKUBINSI 

VALERIE MC CARTHY • COLLEEN MC • WALTER KUHEN • CHERA KUKLICA • 

CARTNEY • DERRICK MC GHEE • ROGER KUNES • APRIL LANG • DAVID 

CHRISTINE MCGINTY* CHRISTOPHER LAUVER • BENJAMIN LEASURE • 

MC GLOTHAM • VANESSA MC GRODER SHELLY LEDWELL • DONNA LEONARDI 

• KATHLEEN MC LOUGHLIN • • DENNIS LESEFKY*TERRENCE LESKO 
MATTHEW MC PEEK • STEPHEN • CHONTON LEWIS "ANDREW LOGAR* 
MEYERS • THERESA MICHAEL • DUSHAWN LOMAX* BRADLEY LUNDER 
KIMBERLY MIKICH • PATRICIA • PATRICIA LUX • THOMAS LUZNY • 
MIKULEC* BRIAN MILLER • JEANETTE MARINAMACHADO* MARK MACLEOD* 
MILLER* KIMBERLY MILLER* MOLLY KENYA MALONE • FRANK MANSI • 
MILLER • RUSSELL MINTER • MARIE MARCELLI • AMANDA MARTIN • 
CHRISTINE JOYB MIRANDA • MATTHEW MONTGOMERY • PHAEDRA MOORE • CAROL MORGAN-BROWN • 
MATTHEW MURPHY • CHRISTOPHER MUZINIC • ANDREW MYERS • SCOTT MYERS • CHARLOTTE NEAL • 
EDWARD NEHRIG • KELLI NEWMAN • BRANDY NICKELL • LORENZO NORRIS • THERESA ODEN • MICHAEL 

O'FLYNN • KEITH OLSZENS • KEVIN O'NEILL • MICHAEL O'NEILL • SHAWN ORAZEN • CINDY ORLIC • 

RICHARDORSULIC*ERICOSBORNE* RONALD PARSONS II* MICHAEL PASQUALE*RUPENPATEL 

•MATTHEW PAYNE *TAMI PA YTON* KIMBERLYPECK* ROBERT PERALTA* ERNEST PERNA* 

LISAPEROTTI* ALFRED PERRY* KIMBERLYPETERS* HEIDI PETERSON* HOLLY PIRSIG 

• JULIANNE PLESEC • MICHELLE POCARO • JAMES POSAVAD • KAREN POWELL • 

BRIAN PROCTOR • TERRA PROCTOR • DANA PUGH • ENGELBERT PUHALJ • 

GERALD QUINN • ALLEN RADOLOVIC • TOMISLAV RAGUZ • MICHELLE 

RANDOLPH • JOHN RICHARDS II • LISA RIEDEL • JOHN RIEK • 

VERENDA RIVERS • JAMES ROACH • MELISSA ROCCO • 



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I \A I ANGELICA RODRIGUEZ • REBECCA 

^■^ ^ RCEDER • ANGELA ROETHEL • MARKITA 

ROGERS • SHANTI ROGERS • REVONBA 

RUDISILL • LISA RYNN • WENDI SANDERS • 

MARIA SANDIA • DOMINIC SANELLI • JENNIFER 

SANKEY • BRIAN SARGENT • CHRISTINE SHAEFER • 

HOPE SCHMIDT • JAMES SCHNEIDER • MARCI 

SCHUSTER • DARNELL SCOTT • MICHELLE SECIC • DAWN 

SEGINES • THOMAN SHANNON • ANTHONY SHAW • DAVID 

SHECK • CHRISTOPHER SHENK • MICHAEL SHERIDAN • 

JEFFERYSIMENC • STEPHANIE SLOGAR« RONALD SLUSARSKI 3 • 

II • AMY SMITH • JONASIS SMITH • KENNETH SMITH • LATESHA 

SMITH • SHANNON SMITH • JASON SOCHA • WILLIAM 

SOLNOSKY • CHRISTOPHER SPADA • LORRI SPOONER • 

MICHELLE SPRINGER • SHEREE STARR • DAVID STEPHENS • 

BRIAN STERRICK«LAMONT STEWART* CYNTHIA STIH« BRIAN 

STILLINGS • JAMIE STROHLER • JOHN STOIS • RONALD 

STOKES • DAVIV STRUNK • MAN NEE SUE • ROBERT SUGAR • 

CHARRISSE SUMMERALL • SANDY SWANSON • APRILTANNER 

• FRANCES TAYLOR • KIMBERLY TAYLOR • LAURA TAYLOR • 

ANN TEKAVEC • TELESA TERRY • 

TAMMIEANNA THORTON • PATRICIA 

TINKER • SHELLEY TOBIAS • BRUCE 

TORZEWSKI JR • JODIN TORCHECK • 

ADRIENNE TROHA • KENNETH TROY • 

CHERYL TUCKER • JUN YONG U • 

DOUGLAS UCHBAR JR • KADOHI 

UCHIDA • MICHAEL URBANIA • ROSE 

VALENTIC • KEVIN VANCE • PETE 

VEEDMONT III • BRYAN VEHOVEC • 

LAURA VERBYLA • ROBERT VOIGHT • 

CHRISTINE VON SICK • JAYNE 

VURUSIC • "MICHELLE WAGNER • 

PHILIP WALZAK • STACY WALLETTE • 

KENNETH WALTER • HALLIE WATSON • 

REBECCA WEAVER • ANITA WEIER • 

JASON WEYBRECHT • THOMAS 

WHELAN • PAULNETTA WILCOX • 

CLAUDIA WILLIAMS • RASHAWN 

WILLIAMS • MELISA WILLINGHAM • 

DERRICK WILLIS* ERIC WILSON »WINDI 

WOJDAK • KENNETH WOLENSKI • 

k EDRINAWOMACK«VALENCIAWOODS» 

DONNAIRE WOULLARD • MILTON 

WYLEY • CRYSTAL YOUNG • PAUL 

YOUNG • STACIE YUHAS • CHARLES . 

YURCICH • CHRISTINE ZAGORE • 

T ' JAMES ZAHLER* CAROL ZAHURSKY • 

JANENEZAKRAJSEK«LORETTAZALAR 

•ROBERTZELE* WEI ZHANG* EDWARD 

ZIVNOSKA • TOMISLAV ZOVKO • 

MITCHELLADDY* DERYKKAALBRIGHT 

• KERRI ALESNIK • DANIEL AMATO • 

THOMIKA ANDERSON • HAROLD 

ANDREWS • STACEY APANAITES • TINA 

ARNOLD • LADRHESA ASH • GREGORY 

BABNIK • SHANNON BAILEY • DIANE 

BAIRD • PATTI BAKER • MATTHEW BARLEY • SHARON BARRETT • CARLA BARTLETT • JENNIFER BECK • 

LATRICE BELL • MITCHELL BERZIN • MICHELLE BERZINSKAS • THERESA BLASIUS • LEE BOCK • GERALD 

BOINER • JOCELYN BOROS • VICTORIA BOROS • SHAWNA BRADAC • COLEEN BRADACH • CANTINA 

BREWINGTON • SUZI BRKIC • BRIGETT BROKAW • BOSTJAN BRUMEN • RICHARD BUNN • JOHN BURICH • 

PATRICIA BURKE • STEPHEN BURKE • STEVE BURRINGTON • TRACY CAPUOZZO • PATRICK CAREY • 

ANTHONY CARMIGIANO • KELLY CARNEY • MICHAEL CARNEY • BRYANT CARROLL • JASON CARROLL • 

TAMIKO CARTER • ROGELENE M CASTRO • BETSY CAYNE • CHRISTINE CECELIC • SONIA CENCIC • NICOLE 

CERANOWICZ • LESLIE CERCEK • JOSEPH CESA • TENNISHA CHATMAN • DAMON CHERNEY • CHRISTINE 

CHIANCONE* JOHN CIARLILLO»CHRISTOPHERCIULLA»ADRIENNECIUPRINSKAS» KEITH CLARK* SHAWN 

CLARK • TERRY CLARK II • TERRY COBB • SHANA COGHILL • ANDREA COLAVECCHIO • REBECCA COLE • 

JESSE COLEMAN • MARLA COOK • CATHERINE COPELAND • IRVIN CORBITT • YOLANDA CORNELIUS • 

CHRISTINE COTTER • MIRIAM COUCH • LEONARD CRAIG • JODIE CULLITON • RASHONDA CUMMINGS • 

ANTHONY CURRY • VIDAL CURRY • JUSTIN DAUGHERTY • KELLY DAUGHERTY • MAUREEN DE JONGE • 

FRANK DENGEL JR • MARY DENGEL • DENISE DENOVICH • ELVIRA Dl PLACITO • FREDERICK DIXON • 



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Euclid High School 

711 East 222nd Street 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

Volume 42 

(216) 261-2900 



Enrollment 1810 



YEAR 



Nineteen ninety-one was the year of e'xci'tement. Because the se- 
niors had such spirit and the Roman numeral 91 was "XCI", the 
theme of e'xci'tement seemed appropriate. It had been said that this 
graduating class had much more enthusiasm than past classes. 

-Rebecca Karnak 



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Brandon Biggom being celebrated by Raeshuan Jernigan after his interception return Math teacher Pau , Serra showJng a , , of excitement in his c i assroom . 

for a touchdown against Brunswick. 




The cheerleaders not only led cheers for the football fans but also did much to instill 
excitement in the players minds by helping out with signs and other work. 



The football team could usually be counted on to supply a lot of excitement 
along the sidelines during a football game. The intensity was always present as 
evidenced by the player's expressions. 



Theme 



EXCITEMENT 




ixciting changes occurred at Euclid High School this year. Here Ed Galosi, Jeff Kaleal and Robert Steve Sirk gave the Junior Varsity football team many exciting 
Jalosi look up at the new roof that was being installed on the girl's pool. moments when he kicked field goals. 




^dam Reichman and Jennifer Simenc seem excited about computers while Mr. Brearton checks 

heir work. 

Michelle Secic, Jessica Kovac and Kerri Alesnik seem excited to get to class. 



Theme 




The life of a student here at Euclid High was full 
of many opportunities. Classes taught by the fine 
staff were offered in many different areas of study, 
ranging anywhere from basic electives to required 
courses. The strong academic curriculum was com- 
plimented by a wide variety of extracurricular ac- 
tivities. Competitive sports teams, clubs and orga- 
nizations took up much of the time outside of the 
classroom. Many students dedicated themselves to 
the Student Council and the Executive Board of 
Student Council. Socially, students found such op- 
portunities as dances, sporting events and swim- 
and-gyms. 

Yet student life went beyond high school. Many 
held part-time jobs. Some also devoted their time 
to volunteer work at the local hospital and to vari- 
ous church-affiliated organizations, as well as 
keeping up with their own family responsibilities. 
In general, Euclid students involved themselves in 
these different aspects of student life. 

-Rebecca Karnak 




A locker is an important part of every student's life since 
many valuables are stored there. La Trese Higgins carefully 
opens her locker while Ron Chandler stands guard. 



STUDENT 




Dan Burke and Mark Del Monte show Dominic Soric, Sean Socha and Erin Fox all the different ways'! 
they can pick up food in the cafeteria. 




Becky Hopkins and Patti Lux trying to get some Meredith FitzGerald working hard in Mr. Reno's 
studying done during their lunch period. physics class. 




Student Life Divider 



Football defense. 



LIFE 





ie Majorettes and Flag Corps stand at attention while the Marching Band plays the National 
nthem and the Alma Mater. 



Hail to thee, O Euclid High School 
To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure, 
Learning, living, life so dear. 
Our hearts fill with gratitude 
for all that is to be; 
Alma Mater Euclid High School, 
All our praise we sing to thee. 

Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays, 
There all Euclid's sons and daughters 
Sing the joys of student days. 
If after days be dark and drear, 
And storms of life draw nigh, 
The memories of our friendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid high. 




Panther tracks. 



Student Life Divider 



EUCLID HAS 



Euclid students show that interest is important 



Euclid High School spirit overflowed 
this year as the Class of e'XCFtement 
counted down the days until graduation. 
Many activities were set up to enhance 
that school spirit such as dances, pep ral- 
lies and assemblies. A source of spirit from 
which much of the spirit came were the 
Euclid Varsity Cheerleaders. They added 
more spirit to the football games and pep 
rallies. So show your spirit and stay blue 
and gold at heart. 

-Liz Mazzei 



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The Euclid Panther mascot and the varsity football cheerleaders did much to inject spirit 
into both the players and the spectators. 



Spirit 



SPIRIT 




rhe crowd brought support and spirit to the Euclid Bob Yoe shows his spirit as he goes smashing through the spirit banner that the cheerleaders had 
teams while the spiritware that was available allowed prepared while Mr. Dan Maxson tries to stir up some spirit in the volleyball team. 
:ach person a chance to express their enthusiasm. 



Spirit 



Storage 



Lockers are a students home away from 

home 



A locker is but one of the many inte- 
gral parts incorporated within the life 
of a Euclid student. A locker is the 
place in which a student's thoughts as 
well as books and personal belongings 
are collected; a safety deposit box of 
sorts if you will. Not only do they store 
a student's physical valuables, but also 
symbolize the true value of knowledge 
to the student. Lockers also provide a 
convenient meeting place for friends 
and could be considered the one place 
within the school that a student could 
truly call his own. One could not help 
but agree, that a student's locker is 
more than simply a metal box. 

-Carla Matiaska 



Becky Weaver and Meredith FitzGerald show off their 
lockers. 



Jennifer Melnyk and Eric Wandersleben find that their 
locker is a good meeting place while Denise Riedel, Lisa 
Riedel and Adrienne Troha socialize around their lock- 
ers. Hope Robinson, meanwhile, shows off her spirit. 





Lockers 



Students find that decorating their 
ockers 

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ndy Logar and Leslie Richards show off their decorating 
ills. 



Lockers 



It Didn't Rain... 

Homecoming game was played under 

perfect conditions 



is year's Homecoming game 
was seen by a sold out home crowd of 
4,500 avid fans. They didn't leave 
disappointed either. The Panthers 
defeated Mayfield by the score of 
21-7. The Panthers had a comfort- 
able lead at halftime of fourteen 
points, thanks to touchdowns scored 
by Rob Zele and Tony Shaw. 

As tradition would have it, the 
halftime show shed the spotlight on 
the 1990 Homecoming King and 
Queen. This year saw Liz Mazzei 
and Rob Zele win these awards. 

The Panthers took the field for the 
third quarter and quickly took a 21-0 
lead on another touchdown run by 
Rob Zele. From there the Panthers 
went on to win 21-7. 

After the game the fans were 
treated to a spectacular fireworks 
extravaganza. In all, the entire week- 
end was a moment to remember for 
all Euclid students and alumni. 

-Scott Gould 



Euclid Cheerleaders move to the groove of the Euclid 
Drummers between quarters. 





Von Tolbert crashes through the cheerleader banner to begin 
Homecoming festivities while Shawn Orazen jumps to great 
heights. 




Wide receiver, Ken Walter waits patiently for the 
ball to be snapped. 



Homecoming 



The score gave a good indication of the success of Homecoming weekend. 



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The players showed great enthusiasm at the begining of the game. Head coach Tom Banc 
directed the action on the field. Bob Yoe gaining yardage in the open field. 





Homecoming King and Queen Rob Zele and 
Liz Mazzei being crowned during the half 
time ceremonies. 



Hope Schmidt with Student Council advisor 
Sandi Bambic who managed to get the Home- 
coming activites organized. 




Freshman Pepe Pearson had a great game 
against the Wildcats. 



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Homecoming dance has lots of glitter 



Homecoming held on October 6th 
at 7:30 was definately a Night on the 
Town. Student Council succeeded in 
transforming the E-Room into the 
exciting streets of downtown v 
York. Silhouettes, top hats, and 
lamp posts brought il ilive 

with a flair all its own. New Vouge in 
1990 refreshed the scene with a red 
carpet, carnations on sa king 

to reign next to the queen 
zei was crowned q 
became the first King of Home 
ing. First senior attendants were 
Theresa Oden and Mat 
and Second senioi ^ere 

Brandy Nickell and Darnell S< 
The rest of the shining court were 
junior attendents Mep nan 

and Mike Di Bartolonu pho- 

more Attendents Laura Nickell and 
Adam Reichman. The Homecoming 
court led the wa) and 

sparkling evening 
dances, balloons fell to the mem> 
of a Night on the Town uple 

left with champagne glasses filled 
with chocolate -id though 1 

many kisses to come 

I milj Snuyda 




The halls were filled with campaigne posters. 




New this year was the Whittle Communications system which enabled the candidates to make a presentation 
to the homerooms. Here, soon to be Queen and King, Liz Mazzei and Rob Zele make their presentations. 




The E-Room Ballroom was bursting with balloons and silhouettes for 
the dance. Chrissy Shaeffer and Jason Socha pose in front of the 
glittering bridge. Student Council president Lee Jackson introduces 
candidate Kelli Newman who was escorted by Scott Gould. 



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Homecoming 




The Homecoming candidates being presented to the student body at the assembly. The Homecoming Queen and King and their court at the dance. 




Queen Liz Mazzei and 
her date Bill Kunes and 
Senior runner-up Matt 
Garbincus. 



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Workin' Stiff 

Jobs play a great part in student's life 



Jobs have certainly changed the 
way high school students look at life. 
Many years ago students looked for- 
ward to getting a job after they got 
out of high school. Now, many stu- 
dents look upon high school as an 
interference with the jobs that they 
have. It has been estimated that over 
fifty per cent of the students at Eu- 
clid have some sort of a part-time job 
after school or on week-ends. The 
types of jobs range from delivery of 
newspapers to sales positions at 
stores to shop workers. Many of the 
jobs are at Euclid Square Mall but 
most stores in Euclid have some stu- 
dent help. 

Reasons given for having a job in- 
clude having money to buy clothes, 
entertainment and saving money for 
college. Most of the money earned, 
however, probably goes for clothes 
and entertainment with very little 
being saved. Since the minimum 
wage is $3.85 per hour and many 
Euclid students are earning comper- 
able wages it takes a lot of work time 
to earn a reasonable amount of mon- 
ey. At least the students are learning 
to be more responsible. 

- A nn Kelly 





Holly Pirsig checks stock in the back room at Thorn McAn while Jack Richards watches Doug Uchbar 
getting fitted for a pair of shoes out front by Patti Burke. 




Jason Carroll, Debbie Isgro, Mike Pasquale and Terra Proc- 
tor doing their best to help customers pick out footware at 
Koenigs while Christine Von Sick helps customers pick out 
clothing. 



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Jobs 





Jason Weybrecht and Rosie Valentic smiling at their customers. 




Kelly Duffy working in the mall. 



Mike Karabinus showing how happy he is to be working at TCBYs. 



Jobs 



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Romance In Paris 

Winterfest takes students across the sea 



On February 9, Student Council held its 
annual Winterfest dance in the E-Room. 
Approximately 400 people attended the 
festivities and were treated to a night filled 
with good friends, refreshments and danc- 
ing. The theme, Romance in Paris, was 
enhanced by the marvelous decorations 
presented in the French motif, which in- 
cluded a sidewalk cafe. 

This year, the selection process for the 
Winterfest King and Queen proceeded dif- 
ferently than in the past. Potential candi- 
dates had to submit an essay to the Execu- 
tive Board of Student Council describing 
their feelings about representing Euclid 
High School. The best of the essays were 
then selected by Student Council to be 
candidates for King or Queen. This was 
done in order to cut down on the number 
of candidates 

The night saw Vidal Curry crowned as 
King, while Brian Sargent was the first 
runner-up and Ernie Perna took second 
runner-up. Patti Burke was crowned as 
Winterfest Queen, while the first runner- 
up was Shelley Tobias, followed by second 
runner-up, Janene Zakrajsek. Third and 
fourth runner-ups were Maureen Hannan 
and Donna Hoag respectively. The crown- 
ing ceremonies were held mid-way 
through the dance and culminated with 
the traditional court dance. 

The evening went smoothly and Student 
Council should again be commended for 
their time and effort in making the dance a 
success and for creating memories that the 
attendees will cherish for a long time. 

-Carla Matiaska 




Ernie Perna, Donna Hoag and her date, Chris Bitner, Shelley Tobias and her 
date, Wally Bell after the crowning. 

Winterfest King, Vidal Curry and his date, Angie Rodriguez and Queen, Patti 
Burke and her date, Terry Hamilton after being crowned at the dance. 



Vidal Curry and Angie Rodriguez starting out the 
court dance. 



Michelle Reed and Dave Grice look 
like they were having an enjoyable 
time at the dance. 




Couples enjoying themselves at one of 
the many sidewalk cafes. 



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Janene Zakrajsek and her date, Nick Burdock, Maureen Hannan and her date, 
Joe Goerndt and Brian Sargent and his date, Darlene Baird after being 
announced. 




Getting pictures taken is always an important 
part of every dance. Here, Jim Kosmerl and Mi- 
chele Lynn have their picture taken. 




atti Burke and Terry Hamilton dancing during 
le court dance. 



Alana Haynes and Deliska Mc Ghee 
show off their smiles of approval for 
the dance. 




Tony Curry, Katie Juhl, Jason Socha, Christine Schaefer, Jean 
Enneper and Bill Eppich enjoying themselves during the dance. 




Winterfest 




In Euclid High School there were many activities that a 
student could become involved with. These activities in- 
clude groups like the school newspaper, the school year- 
book, Student Council, Chess Club, Audio-Visual Club, the 
many vocal and instrumental music groups, Key Club and 
many others. There are many different activities to choose 
from to fit the student's interests. These activities not only 
led to a more enjoyable high school experience but were 
also helpful in getting into college and preparing for the 
future. 




Deliska McGhee, Alana Haynes, Laurie Kausek and Rachel Hayes showing of 
their school spirit at Halloween. 








La Tesha Smith enjoyed her position as Marching NHS advisor Bette Schmeling discussing the meet- Katie Ells, Michelle Wagner and Harold DeBoe dis 
Band Field Commander. ing agenda with NHS president Jason Socha and cussing Ginger's problems in the Fall Play, "Tim 

Erin Fox. Out for Ginger". 



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Activities Divider 





The cheerleaders supplied spirit and excitement during the football games. 



The Varsity Chorale and Marching Band were acitvities that provided musical 
entertainment during assemblies and football games. 




g Corps members, Patty Mogyorody, Angie Popp, Nikki Lott, Lesley Hamilton, Melissa Ed Boyle, Stephanie Christopher and Amy Smith doing some work on the 
ey, Jennifer Krasnik and majorette. Jennifer Beck provided entertainment for the fans yearbook, 
ing halftime. 



Activities Divider 21 



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Marching On The Field 

arching Band provides excitemem 
during halftime for football fans 



Under the direction of Mr. Stephen Al- 
spaugh, the Marching Band reached new 
heights. The season was kicked off by trav- 
eling to neighboring Pennsylvania for 
Band Camp. This was the first time that 
the Marching Band ever went out of state 
for a band camp. Following that, every 
Friday night the football fans could come 
out and enjoy their half-time shows, which 



included modern songs such as Paula Abd- 
uls' "Cold Hearted Snake", Madonna's 
"Vogue", and a different dance chart for 
each show. 

Along with Euclid football games they 
traveled to Delaware, Ohio and played at 
the Ohio Weslyan homecoming game and 
went to Hiram, Ohio to play at the Hiram 
homecoming game. In addition to college 



games they went to competition and re 
ceived a state rating. The highlight of thei 
season came when they once again trav 
eled out of state, this time to represerf 
Euclid in the Detroit Thanksgiving Da; 
Parade. 

-Jennie Ayer 



Marching Band Field Commanders La Tesha Smith and Keith Scheurman directing the 
band during halftime. 




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Marching Band 











Marching Band, Row one: Michelle Plevelich, Altonio McCants, Jim Kosmerl, Sieve Caldwell, Casey Kleckner, Ken Kilgore, Kenyadus Hollins, Jeff Granito, 
Matt McPeek, Gary Habat, Joe Cesa, Brian Mann, Denise Riedel.Row two: Captain Jennifer Beck, Windi Wojdak, Captain Lisa Riedel. Row three: Erika Bur- 
dock, Nate Phillips, Kelly Moyer, Joyce Ashman. Heidi Fuhrman, Marty Witczak, Maria D'Amico, Laura Dengel, Patty Sheck, Cindy Ujcich, Melissa 
Willingham, Ken Rose, Jason Samsa, Michelle Voll, Monique Hayes, Paulnetta Wilcox, Amy Lindic Row four: Mike Tomsic, Alana Haynes, Charles Nichols, 
Mike Witczak, Michelle Petsche, Paula Good, Lilian Mansperger, Tammy Vivic, Jennie Ayers, Molly Miller, John Dengel, Andy Thompson, Maureen Hannan, 
Michelle Abshire, Lisa Moster, Marsha Appling. Row five: Chrissy Zivnoska, Keith Scheurman, Field Commander Michele Lynn, Shannon Christen, Tony 
Hren, Brian Macleod, Adam Van Ho, Mark Taylor, John Kobe, Greg Bauer, Josh Boncha, Jeff Kropf, Dan Burke, Peter Swyt, Mark Tomsic, Eric Carlson, 
Darrell Lausche, Nate Marron, La Tesha Smith, Field Commander Stacey Brown. Row six: Kirk Israel, Melissa Powalie, Theresa Oden, Denise Johnson, Ericka 
Drake, Lynn Gessler, Shaquita Farrow, Selenea Cox, Captain Shelley Tobias, Captain Jennifer Krasnik, Denise Denovich, Thomika Anderson, Patti 
Mogyorody, Lesley Hamilton, Angie Popp, Nikki Lott, Valencia Woods, Toni Yafanaro. 




Part of the percussion section 



Marching Band 



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Twirling Around 

Majorettes add glitter to halftim< 



This year's majorette squad was 
made up of nine fabulous twirlers. 
They attended both a camp at Ash- 
land College and the school's band 
camp here at Euclid. At Ashland 
College they received many awards 
from twirling to spirit. They were 
also chosen to twirl in San Diego, 
California, and also attended the 
Thanksgiving Day Parade in Detroit, 
Michigan. Lisa Riedel and Jennifer 
Beck were the co-captains of the 
1990 majorette squad. 

-Stacey Brown 




Majorettes: Denise Riedel, Lisa Riedel(Capt), Stacey Brown, Amy Lindic, Michelle Plevelich, Eric 
Burdock, Chrissy Zivnoska, Jennifer Beck(Capt), Windi Wojdak. 




Michelle Plevelilch streaming, Windi 
Wojdak twirling and Jennifer Beck, Sta- 
cey Brown, Michelle Plevelich and Erika 
Burdock dancing. 



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Majorettes 



iVaving The Banner 

"lag Corps adds color and motion to 
lalftime 




ag Corps, Row one: Jennifer Krasnik(CapL), Theresa Odcn, Melissa Parey, Thomika Anderson, Shelley 
>bias(Capt.).Row two: Lesley Hamilton, Nicole Lott, Angie Popp, Erika Drake, Valencia Woods. Row 
ree: Patti Mogyorody, Lynn Gessler, Denise Denovich, Selenea Cox, Shaquita Farrow. 



Denise Denovich, Patty Mogyorody, 
Lynn Gessler, Vinnie Woods and Shel- 
ley Tobias dancing to the beat of the 
music. 




The Euclid Flag Corps started 
their season by going to Marching 
Auxiliaries camp at Ashland Col- 
lege. They stayed for four days and 
three nights. There they learned dif- 
ferent techniques and routines and 
were given personal evaluations. The 
Corp got to meet many new people 
from other area schools. At the com- 
petition on the final day, the Corp 
performed a routine for which they 
won a Grand Champion Trophy. 
They, along with the Majorettes, 
were voted by the other schools at 
the camp the school with the most 
spirit. 

During August, the Flags prac- 
ticed hard with the band. The Flags 
also gave up their time to practice 
with the band at lunch time and af- 
ter-school. Faculty advisor Deborah 
Houchins and co-captains Jennifer 
Krasnik and Shelley Tobias along 
with the rest of the Corp gave it their 
all to make it a great year. 

-Lynn Gessler 



Patty Mogyorody, Lesley Hamilton, Angie Popp, Nikki 
Lott, Melissa Parey and Jennifer Krasnik..w hooping it up 
with their hoops. 




Vinnie Woods and Shelley Tobias twirling their flags. 

Flag Corps 



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Symphonic Sounds 

Wind Ensemble is the best of Euclid's bands 



The 1990-91 Symphonic Wind Ensem- 
ble started out another year with band di- 
rector Mr. Stephen Alspaugh. The mem- 
bers of the Symphonic Wind Emsemble 
were chosen by their audition. Each mem- 
ber had to play a prepared piece and a 
sight reading piece. Their seats were cho- 
sen by how well they performed both of 
these pieces. Members were encouraged to 
attend the annual district OMEA contest. 
The Symphonic Wind Ensemble per- 
formed concerts in February and May. 
These students gained appreciation for all 
types of music throughout the entire year. 
-Maureen Hannan 





Symphonic Band, Row one: Nicole Crawford, Greg Bauer, Molly Miller, Maureen Hannan, Michele Lynn 
Row two: Maria D'Amico, Michelle Voll, Nate Marron, Mark Taylor, Mike Witczak, Julie Montagner, Jeq 
Kropf, Dave Cupar. Row three: Mike Tomsic, Ellen Mansperger, John Colbe, Mark Tomsic, Andy Logarl 
Erick Swanson, Eric Carlson, La Tesha Smith, Kirk Israel. Row four: Jim Kosmerl, Dwayne Baker, Matj 
McPeek, Joe Cesa. Not pictured: Jennie Ayers, Sheri Gezann. 



Dave Cupar showing how to 
make music. 



Greg Bauer and Nicole Crawford intently following 
the music along waiting for their parts. 



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Symphonic Wind Ensemble 





Instrumental Sounds 

Concert Band continues after Marching Band 




After the football season came to an 
end, many Marching Band members 
joined the Concert Band. Under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Stephen Alspaugh, the mem- 
bers worked very hard for their perfor- 
mance in the February and May concerts. 
The members in Concert Band improved 
all of their musical skills by practicing ev- 
ery day. With hard work and dedication, 
these students could also be part of the 
Symphonic Wind Emsemble. 

-Maureen Hannan 



oncert Band, Row one: Maria D'Amico, Deliska Mc Ghee, Andy Newsome, Joyce Ashman, Paulnetta 
'ilcox, Darlene Baird, Teresa Penny, Paula Good, Lisa Gavin, Shannon Christen, Jenny Wolchko, Lisa 
oster. Row two: Mark Taylor, Ken Rhodes, Josh Proctor, Charles Nichols, Jason Samsa, Keith Schuerman, 
^nda Knistautas, Tony Hren, Monique Hayes, Lauren Schuerman, Laura Dengel, Melissa Willingham, 
immy Vivic, JoAnne Zakrajsek. Row three: Peter Swyt, Matt Orgovan, Jae Amos, Marty Witczak, John 
sngel, Darrell Lausche, Nate Phillips, Dave Coleman, Andy Thompson, Rhoan Wallace, Cindy Ujcich, 
ichelle Abshire, Wendy Harris, Patty Sheck, Alana Haynes. Row four: Tony Yafanaro, Adam Van Ho, 
pril Hayes, Marsha Appling, Heidi Fuhrman, Michelle Petsche, Mariana Zdrilic, Kelly Moyer. Row five: 
eve Caldwell, Casey Kleckner, Altonio Mc Cants, Raeshuan Jernigan, Ken Kilgore. Row six: Gary Habat, 
ian Mann, Jeff Granito. 






"TO Flutists, Theresa Penny, Paula Good, Lisa Gavin, Shannon Christen and Jenny Wolchko get ready to 
begin their number while Joyce Ashman and Paulnetta Wilcox seem to be injoying what they are doing. 



Deliska Mc Ghee and Andy Newsome waiting for 
the class to get started. 



Concert Band 



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Sounds Of Music 

Orchestra gives musical opportunitiei 



This year's Orchestra lacked anything but 
talent. From the highly talented and experi- 
enced cellists, Kim Miller and Jonasis Smith, 
to the new members who possessed their tal- 
ents in both the violin and cello sections. 
Without any viola players and only one base 
player, Darryl East(Vice President), the Or- 
chestra played the Hallelujah with much 
beauty. Mrs. Lisa Cheshier brought together 
all the different members of the group along 
with the principal players of the Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble two days a week to create a 
harmonious orchestra. 

-Kimberly Taylor(President) 




Orchestra Strings, Row one: Olympia Christides, Tara Day, Joseph Cesa, Amy Ransdell, Carol Morgai 
Brown, Roxanne Babic. Row two: Kimberley Miller, Lynnette Perry, Kimberly Taylor, Tiffany Hick 
Khristina Deskins. Row three: Angela Gudaitis, Darryl East, Jonasis Smith. 



Mrs. Cheshier was the director of the orchestra. 



Orchestra Winds, Row one: Eric Carlson, Michelle Voll, Sheri Gezann, Maureen Hannan, Molly Milli 
Jennie Ayers. Row two: Mark Taylor, Greg Bauer, Andy Logar, Erick Swanson, Matt Mc Peek, Ma 
Tomsic, Kirk Israel. 





Raising Their Voices 

Euclid's choirs add vocal interest 



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horahers, Row one:Nicole Hudspath, Rachel Norton, Lisa Primosch, Jessie Jakimowicz Dina Mc Closkey 
>enise Kukla, Elizabeth Muzinic, Sandra Carrera, Carrie Belavich, Erin Smith, Nickie Lott, Karen Kollar' 
nn Harsch, Kadohi Uchida, JoAnne Zakrajsek, Nicole Phillips, Suzanne Eckert. Row two:Chrissy Zakraj- 
*, Sandra Johnson, Casey Cool, Rachel Chitwood, Sarah Chitwood, Despina Pagonis Terri De Panicis 
lelome Foree, Nictoya Logan, Laura Kuncik, Heather Hughes, Chrissy Sergo, Tiffany Highland Jane 
tiller, Isis Clark, Knstal Baker, Nichole Witten, Calli Ciomek, Danielle Milinski 



oral Masters, Row one:Mark,Stephen Wise, Nino Prodan, Mark, Heather Swan, Jill Taplin, Holly 
'ybaugh, Marni Salupo, Chrissy Cesa, Emily Smayda, Stacy Wallette, Lesley Hamilton, Tonia Ashurst, 
rlene Baird, Amy Heuer, Melanie Wargo. Row two:Mike Riha, Larry Nosse, Stanley Makupson. Isaac 
nner, James Driscoll, Tilden Humphery, Anne King, Patty Mogyorody, Joanne Turek, Angie Popp, Kim 
ink, Michelle Randolph, Karen Phipps, Eileen Hannan. India Ford, Charity Jones, Chenett Johnson, 
olanda Ray, Dionne Sims, Amora Francis. 



Choral Masters, led by Mr. Paul New- 
ell, met everyday during the third period 
to practice. They performed on stage with 
Varsity Chorale and solo at the Pops, Win- 
ter and Spring Concerts. Choral Masters 
also enjoyed bringing joy to the elderly 
during the holidays. Each individual mem- 
ber selected matured throughout the year 
in both sound and technique. 

Choraliers was a choir made up of fresh- 
men girls. They developed a unique sound 
of their own with tender young voices. 
Hopes of being in either Choral Masters 
or Varsity Chorale their next year was a 
predominant thought in their minds. 

Choraliers and Choral Masters were 
two striving choir groups that produced 
the vocal talent in subsequent years. 
Though sometimes in the shadows of the 
other choral groups, each groups' enthusi- 
asm gave life to their songs. 

-Emily Smayda 



Choraliers/Choral Masters 




And All That Jazz 

Jazz band plays some modern sounds 



Reverberating off the fabled halls of 
Euclid High School once again were the 
sounds of E. 222nd Street Jazz, Euclid 
High's premier (albeit only), Jazz Big 
Band. Bass lines of Funk were mixed with 
riffs of Jam and driven by a thundering 
beat. This was E. 222nd Street Jazz's sec- 
ond year and, therefore, a 'year of transi- 
tion'. Many great players graduated to 
bigger but not necessarily better things, 
while new 'would be' Charlie Parkers, 
Louis Armstrongs, John Waltaimes and 
Maynerd Fergesons emerged to take their 
places. 

This year was very busy for the East 
222nd Street Jazz Band since they began 
with a competition at the Lakeland Jazz 
Fest. That was followed by a trip to Boston 
with the Varsity Chorale. So with a little 
luck, skill, and blues, East 222nd Street 
Jazz will begin to enter a realm beyond 
time, space, and angry dinosaurs named 
George. 

The band was directed by Mr. Stephen 
Alspaugh and practiced on Tuesday eve- 
nings. 

-Kirk Israel 




222 Street Jazz Band, Row one: Kirk Israel, Ellen Mansperger. Row two: Martin Witczak. 
Mike Witczak, Joe Cesa. Row three: Jeff Kropf, Eric Swanson, Pete Swyt, Andy Logar, 
Charles Nichols, Veronika Schnell, Steve Workman. 



Molly Mill 
Mark Toms 



Jeffrey Kropf performing a solo while Mr. Alspaugh 
directs the rest of the band at the Winter Assembly. 





The band performing at the Winter Choral Concert that was held during the first period class. 

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Soloist, Mike Witczak during the concert. Steve Workman, Martin Witczak, Mark Tomsic a 

Veronika Schnell during practice. 



East 222 Street Jazz 



Singing And Swaying 

Varsity Chorale puts show into tunes 




Once again Varsity Chorale took 
some new steps. This year, Varisty 
Chorale was made up of 28 singers 
and dancers and an additional 6 
dances. The officers of this past year 
were President Sheri Gezann, Vice 
President Dianne Baird, Secretary 
Hope Robinson and Treasurers De- 
bra Long and Mike Karabinus. This 
year, V.C. had become a regular 
class, meeting every day and also on 
Monday nights. In addition to all of 
their performances in and around 
Euclid, including The Arcade, The 
American Italian Hall and IX Cen- 
ter, they went to Boston with the 
Jazz Band for a competition. Al- 
though this was only Mr. Newell's 
second year, he made the same 
things happen. 

-Bob Schmeling 



rsity Chorale, Row one: Sheri Gezann, Melissa Wilson, hope Robinson. Karrie Waltermire, Holly Struna. 
w two: Wendy Myles, Bridget Burich, Debbie Long, Robin Hunt, Tory Doles, Maggie Dane, Holly Pirsig, 
anne Baird, Bob Schmeling. Row three: Kelly Bartel, Mike Karabinus. Chuck Maxwell, Chris Norton, Kim 
kich, Eric Carlson, John Burich. 




Varsity Chorale presenting their show at the Homecoming assembly. 



Mr. Newell made it all come 
together. 




Members had to practice a lot 
in order to get the routines 
organized. 



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Give Me An "E' 

Cheerleaders give support to the teano 



The cheerleading season was by far one 
of the longest. It all started in May when 
try-outs began. All of the girls had to per- 
form gymnastic skills, a dance routine, a 
chant and a cheer in front of five to six 
experienced judges. The setting was very 
tense and competition was stiff. Only eight 
to twelve girls were allowed for each 
squad. 

After the try-outs was the job of getting 
ready for camp, which was time and mon- 
ey consuming. The girls spent many hours 
perfecting cheers and chants for camp 
competition. Each girl also spent nearly 
$200.00 on the camp fee and the cost of 
uniforms. 

Football season was a very hectic time 
for all of the girls. Practicing, and decorat- 
ing houses and lockers kept them very 
busy. There were many cold and rainy 
games, but the cheerleaders stuck it out 
and cheered the Panthers through their 
wins and losses. 

-Irene Dejak 




Varsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Holly Scott, Jessie Kovac, Kristine Golinar. Row two: Irene Dejak, Sha 
Orazen, Stacey Yuhas. Row three: Debbie Isgro, Pattie Burke, Carol Morgan-Brown, Heather Kristc 
Meghan Gorman, Karen Yuhas, (Coach). 







Freshman Cheerleaders, Row one: Kim Schultz, 
Adrianne Conklin, Bekki Sakatch. Row two: Liesel 
Sacko, Kyle Russ, Abby Ayer, Abby Ayer, Cara Parise. 
Not pictured: Carrie White. 



J. V. Cheerleaders: Lauren Scheurman, Christen Fogarty, Mary McNamara, Lisa Aspi 
Not pictured: Laura Nickell, Connie Kadras, Kim Ritz. 



nwall. Dawn Jer 



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Football Cheerleaders 



cheering For A Winning Team 

heerleaders help boys to a successful season 




Cheerleading for basketball was, as al- 
ways, very long and tedious for the cheer- 
leaders. There were 22 games during a 
period of 3 months. Most of the games 
were on Fridays and Saturdays so the girls 
gave up many of those nights to cheer on 
their Panthers. 

During much of the season, some of the 
cheerleaders were ill, so they had to coop- 
erate together to trade off games so that 
everyone had a fair share of the work and 
the nights off. 

Nevertheless, the season was a success 
because the players seemed genuinely ap- 
preciative of the time and money the girls 
put into the games, and the spirit that they 
generated throughout the season. 

-Irene Dejak 



lrsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Janelle Groves. Row two: Holly Scott, Kristen Golinar, Irene Dejak. Row 
ree: Carol Morgen-Brown, Brandy Nickell, Patti Burke, Heather Kristoff, Advisor Mrs. Yuhas. 




/. Cheerleaders, Row one: Christen Fogarty, Laura Nickell, Lauren Scheurman. Row two: Dawn Jerele, 
ary McNamara, Lisa Aspinwall. 



Freshman Cheerleaders, Row one: Liesel Sacko, 
Kyle Russ, Abby Ayer. Row two: Becky Sakatch. 
Row three: Cara Parise, Renee Thomas, Carrie 
White. 



Basketball Cheerleaders 



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School Governmenl 

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Student Council reorganize! 



to consolidate activitiei 



The one word that best described Stu- 
dent Council this year was change. The 
Class Cabinet and Cultural Club were 
both ended. The projects and authority 
from these clubs was designated to Stu- 
dent council. The Executive Board, con- 
sisting of ten seniors, four juniors, and one 
sophomore had the deciding vote on many 
ideas and problems. 

The clashing of tradition and modern- 
ization seemed to be the main problem this 
year. Between old and new members of the 
Executive Board having power, the tradi- 
tional ideals of Student Council were lost 
in the shuffle. 

Unfortunately, because of a low turn- 
out, informal dances were eliminated. Stu- 
dent Council focused on many other 
events such as the Train Show, decorating 
the Cafeteria for the holidays, the commu- 
nity Halloween party, the Fashion Show, 
decorating for Homecoming and Winter- 
fest and organizing the Student Council 
Workshop for other schools. Fundraisers 
put on included Turkey Grams and Holi- 
day Wishes to name a few. Their main 
concern this year was the Annual Senior 
Citizen Prom. 

Lee Jackson as President, Hope 
Schmidt as Vice President and Shelley To- 
bias as Vice President of Finance with the 
help of the Executive Board led Student 
Council to success. All the little things 
Student Council does for the school were 
not always mentioned but were 
appreciated. 

-Emily Smayda 



Student Council Executive Board, Row one: Stacie 
Evans, Dianne Baird, Kim Mikich, Shelley Tobias, 
Lee Jackson, Hope Schmidt, Marnie Salupo, Tiffany 
Dallas. Row two: Janene Zakrajsek, Donna Hoag, 
Lynn Gessler, Dionne Sims, Lorenzo Norris, Tom 
Whelan, Betsy Cayne, Chyrese Boyd, Robbin Jones. 




Student Council: Rob Galosi, Tosha Elliot, Lisa Riedel, Jeremy Wojdak, Windi Wojdak, Hope Schm 
Tiffany Dallas, Debbie Long, Robbin Jones, Emily Smayda, Dionne Sims, Patty Lux, Sonia Cencic, Phae 
Moore, Maureen DeJonge, Telesa Terry, Lydia Mikulcic, Anne Ruggeri, Debbie Morgan, Donna Hoag, L; 
Gessler, Shelley Tobias, Hallie Watson, Carol Morgan-Brown, Paulnetta Wilcox, Chris Carlton, Pam Grisa 
Holly Struna, Bill Aube, Liz Slogar, Stacie Evans, Kari Petrik, Debbie Podmore, Becky Weaver, Sta 
Johnson, Amy Von Sick, Heather Upton, Jennifer Grisard, Charlie Smialek, Jason McCreight, Jeff Kali 
Chrissie Chiancone, Chris Atlas, Robin Hunt, Stephanie Slogar, Mike Karabinus, Christine Miranda, K 
berly Taylor, Derrick Willis, Jonasis Smith, Lorenzo Norris, Tory Doles, Helen Oroz, Michelle Reed, I 
Carlton, Chenett Johnson, Darshi Shah, Rachael Hayes, Harold Andrews, Vidal Curry, Jason Socha, CJ 
Schaefer, Michelle Randolph, Deanna Hoppert, Sarah Payne, Erin Fox, Chyrese Boyd, Ann Kelly, And 
Colavecchio, Rosie Valentic, Betsy Cayne, Lee Jackson, Michelle Springer, Janene Zakrajsek, Tom Whel 
Lorenzo Norris, Dianne Baird, Kim Mikich. 




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Student Council 



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ood Morning Euclid 
D anthers 

\A. Announcers get the day started 




V. Announcers: Patty Masterson, Kim Taylor, Chenett Johnson, Mary Dengel, Suzi Brkic, Milton Wyley, 
tty Lux, Sonia Cencic, Meredith FitzGerald, Paulnetta Wilcox, India Ford. 



"Good morning Euclid Panthers. 
These are your morning announce- 
ments." Every morning the students 
and staff alike were greeted by the 
voices of the P.A. Announcers. 
Along with the date the announcers 
passed on the week's events, senior 
birthdays, and any other important 
information. 

The announcers were comprised 
of seniors who auditioned at the end 
of their junior year. They were 
judged by the P.A. Announcers from 
the previous year and teachers. Then 
this group formed a senior home- 
room and welcomed the school every 
morning. 

-Rebecca Karnak 



Patty Lux, Meredith FitzGerald and Patty Master- 
son reading their announcements during homeroom. 



India Ford, Paulnetta Wilcox and 
Meredith FitzGerald practicing the 
announcements before they will have 
to read them on the P. A. 




P.A. Announcers 



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The Close-Up program this year 
was sponsored by Mr. Wayne Smith. 
Close-Up involves a student field 
trip to Washington D.C. that lasts 
for one week. It not only allows the 
students to view the many tourist at- 
tractions of the city, but also gives 
the students the opportunity to talk 
with those people who are the most 
influential in American politics. In 
order to pay for this trip, the stu- 
dents sold candy throughout the 
year. Perhaps the most valuable ex- 
perience for the group were the new 
friendships that were made and the 
different people that were met with 
whom they shared this informative 
experience. 

-Scott Gould 



Close To The Action 

Close Up goes to Washington 

to see how it runs! 

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l|nski who was planning on visiting 
Close Up group. 



Close Up, row one: Stephanie Slpgar, Robin Hunt, Keith Scheurman, Caj 
Dacar. Row two: Candi Lukat, Keitb Olszens, Ken Wolenskii Row tnree: ; 
Myers, Nancy Certic, Anne King, Scott Gould, Amanda Luke. Row four: Ad 




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Have you ever wondered how the books get perfectly arranged on 
the shelves in numerical order? Well, that's the work of the Library 
Aides. During their study halls, lunch periods, and after school, 
these helpful students put the books in order and help the librarians 
in any way that they can. Along with shelving the books, they helped 
design showcases, file pamphlets and run errands. We must thank 
these helpful students because they make the librarians' jobs easier. 

-Jennie Ayers 



Library Aides, Row one: Sherita Bowling, Jennie Ayers, Ellen Mansperger. Row two: 
Paula Good, Jenny Wolchko. 




Sherita Bowling aiding Nicole Crawford and Kim Lyle in the Library. 



Library Aides 



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Angels Of Merc> 



Clinic aides help with the unhealth; 



What did a clinic runner do? Basically 
they did just what their name says: they 
ran errands for the health aides in the 
clinic. But don't get the wrong idea-it's not 
an easy job. From the moment these dedi- 
cated young men and women set foot in 
the clinic, they were sent on various trips 
thoughout the school; whether it was get- 
ting the belongings of a sick person from 
their locker, getting kids out of class, or 
filling the teachers' mailboxes. Occasion- 
ally, they took on the duty of a secretary: 
answering a phone when everyone else is 
busy, filing, putting forms together, mak- 
ing copies, etc. All in all the clinic runners 
help to keep the clinic running smoothly. 

-Karin Esch 



Jennifer Melnyk, Eric Wandersleben, John Arlesic 
and Jason Carroll are probably thinking about going 
to the clinic after the smells in the chemistry lab. 




Clinic Aides, Row one: Colleen Nugent, Karrie Delico, Debbie Gustafson, Maria Cook, Dawn Hausen, Karf 
Phipps, Kim Miller. Row two: Kathy Muscarella, Holly Pirsig, Karin Esch. 




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Learning Other Cultures 

^FS helps Euclid students learn of the 
yorld 




$, Row one: Rebecca Karnak, Elizabeth Zheng, Patty Lux. Row two: Gaby Sanadio, Meredith FitzGerald, 
lia Ford. Row three: Kadohi Uchida, Becky Schroeder, Veronika Schnell. Row four: Steve Burke, Solvy 
tyr. Row five: Amy Garbincus, Eric Osborne, Jennifer Hiser, Gretchen Heck, Suzi Brkic, Dave Kramer, 
ssy Rocco, Becky Hopkins, Ann Kelly. 



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The American Field Service is a 
club that deals with cultural under- 
standing. This year three students 
visited Euclid High through the AFS 
exchange. These students included 
Gaby Sanadio from Venezuela, Ver- 
onika Schnell from Germany, and 
Kadohi Uchida from Japan. Not 
only does the club receive students 
from other countries, it gives Ameri- 
can students the opportunity to trav- 
el abroad. 

The club is not only about travel- 
ing. Through the course of the year 
AFS had many activities. These 
events gave the exchange students a 
chance to get to know other students 
and to learn about American cul- 
ture. Some activities included a Hal- 
loween Party at Metroparks, dinner 
in the flats, a December holiday par- 
ty, and short term exchange. 

Mrs. Ramlow and Miss Addis, the 
club advisors, do a fine job of keep- 
ing the club organized and making 
the exchange students feel at home. 
Through American Field Service 
students have the opportunity to 
learn about the people of the world, 
and enjoy themselves in the process. 
-Rebecca Karnak 



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Tom Turk, Suzi Brkic, Dave Kramer, Patty Lux, 
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Masters Of Strategy 

Chess Club gives students a chance ti 

lean 

a game of planning 



The Chess Club, advised by Mr. 
Thaxton, consisted of eight people. 
This group practiced every day after 
school, preparing for the weekly 
game. In addition to the regular 
twelve week season, the club also 
participated in various tournaments 
throughout the year. The team 
placed first in the Greater Cleveland 
Scholastic Chess Tournament in the 
junior varsity section. Bostjan Bru- 
men finished first in the individual 
tournament. The team is looking for- 
ward to another winning season next 
year. 

-Rebecca Karnak 




Cbess Club, Row one: Nate Phillips, Damien Grayes, Jennifer Krasnik, Bostjan Brumen, Denise Johns] 
Row two: Advisor Thaddeus Thaxton, Kevin Troy, Stephen Snitzky, Brian Jackson, Ed Sedmak. 



Ed Sedmak tries out a move on Nate Phillips. 



Bostjan Brumen makes his move while Brian Jackson studies the board to se< 
there are any moves that he can make. 




k History Of The Year 

rhe yearbook tries to record everything 
hat happened throughout the year 




A yearbook is much more than a collage of memories and 
pictures of classmates and friends that one has made 
throughout high school. As this year's staff discovered it 
was also a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication. 
They worked endlessly to meet deadline after deadline dur- 
ing the entire year to compile the best possible profile of 
Euclid High. The theme of e'xci'tement was present 
throughout the book as it was dedicated to the class of 1 99 1 . 

In the continuous effort to make the yearbook better than 
last year's, the staff involved the Marketing Education 
classes this year in order to sell advertisements to local 
businesses. The book has an amazing 48 pages of color as 
well as offering the option to parents to be a Picture Patron 
for their child as well as just a patron. Although not many 
parents took advantage of this, it is hoped it will become 
more popular in future books. Much thanks and apprecia- 
tion go to the book's advisor, Mr. Von Benken, who devoted 
much of his time to this publication and without whose help 
such a book would not be possible. 

-Carla Matiaska 



Yearbook Staff, Row one: Carla Matiaska, Kristen Gajowski, Jennie Ayers, 
Rebecca Karnak. Row two: Becky Hopkins, Julie DiBartolomeo, Lillian Mazzei. 
Row three: Michael Karabinus, Emily Smayda, Liz Mazzei, Jeff Kaleal. Row 
four: Jennifer Melnyk, Kevin Vance, Lisa Moster, Ann Kelly, Robert Galosi, 
Scott Gould, Ed Galosi. 




Editor, Carla Matiaska 
entering yearbook data 
into the computer so it 
can be processed. 



ibert Galosi, Carol Morgan-Brown, Carla Matiaska, Amy Ransdell, Ed Galosi, 
ike Karabinus and Ed Boyle trying to get a layout done. 



Euclidian 



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Helping Out Theii 

Classmates 

Peer tutors allow students to help each 

othei 



Peer Tutors is a group of students who 
have volunteered to help other students 
who are doing poorly or just need some 
extra help. Tutors are usually recommend- 
ed by their teachers in a subject at which 
they excelled. Students who need help go 
to their counselor to sign up for a tutor. 

The program is organized by Miss Bar- 
bara Spiga, who does an excellent job of 
matching students with tutors. After re- 
ceiving notification of a tutoring assign- 
ment, the tutors meet with their tutees in 
the library, during study hall, lunch, or 
after school, for about three weeks. The 
tutee then has a choice of continuing with 
the tutor or trying to succeed on their own. 
-Rebecca Karnak 




Peer Tutors, Row one:Alice Ferenac, Melissa Perry, Mike Karabinus, Emily Smayda, Deliska McGheei 
Phaedra Moore, Debbie Gustafson, Dawn Hausen, Candi Lukat, Kim Miller, Darshi Shah. Row two: Darrel] 
Lausche, Ellen Mansperger, Jill Taplin, Holly Pirsig, Amy Smith, Michelle Springer, Karin Esch, Chriill 
Carlton, Maria D'Amico, Mike Witczak, Mike Cating. Row three: Rob Galosi, Tony Congin, Jenny Wolchko i 
Ed Galosi, Alana Haynes, Mike Beck, Heather Kristoff. 




Some of the students in these classes could probably benefit from a peer tutor 




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Peer Tutors 



Helping The School 
Operate 

Dffice aides help the administration 




Secretaries are very important to the 
smooth operation of the unit offices and 
the entire school. Their job isn't easy and 
it would be a lot harder if it wasn't for the 
help of the office aides who allowed the 
secretaries to do their jobs with less work. 
These students, who sacrificed a study hall 
to help do all the little things, like locating 
students, delivering messages and general 
secreterial work, that make the secretar- 
ies' job so tedious. This gave the secretar- 
ies more time to do the more important 
jobs to keep the office organized. These 
students were great helpers and greatly 
appreciated. 

-Jeff Kaleal 



Ffice Aides, Row one: Maria Spada, Cathy Kubinski, Janice Kozlowski, Kelly Duffy, Michelle Secic, 
tiristine Von Sick, Maureen DeJonge, Phaedra Moore, Candi Lukat, Melissa Datillo. Row two: Sue 
amilton, Katie Ells, Karrie Waltermire, Lee Jackson, Laurie Evans, Mary Dengel, Carol Morgan-Brown, 
risten Mihalic, Mary Wein. Row three: Kim Miller, Jackie Piscitello, Hope Robinson, Jeff Kaleal, Courtney 
iranda. Dawn Crosby, Jennifer Dell, Catherine Spiegel, Jennifer Spada. 




Mrs. Kehn and Mrs. Linderman have a large number of duties that they have to 
perform and they find that their office aides help make the job easier. 



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Keeping You Up To Date 

The Survey staff keeps the school 

informed 

about what's going on in Euclid 




" Survey , Survey , get your red hot 
Survey ! See all the latest news!" 
Survey was a wonderful work of 
many future journalists. Not only 
journalists, but many talented com- 
puter programmers were added to 
this year's staff. Behind the scenes, a 
new modern production process de- 
veloped. The joining of tradition 
with the future of computers helped 
the staff bring the news to the school. 
Dedicated advisors helped to make 
these exchanges of knowledge easier. 
The writing staff and computer pro- 
grammers should be proud of the 
end product. Working together 
made things easier and definitely 
much more fun. 

-Emily Smayda 



Survey, Row one: Mike Karabinus, Tomeka Gibbs, Emily Smayda, Erin Fox, Jason Socha, Patty Lux, Betsy 
Cayne, Chris Schaefer. Row two: Joyce Ashman, Sean Socha, Ed Galosi, Jeff Kaleal, Rob Galosi, Shawn 
Lowery, Jason Little. Row three: Heather Kristoff, Chris Muzinic, Scott Gould, Mike Cating, Jenny 
Wolchko, Mike Kim. Not pictured: Bill Aube. 



Survey Editors, Jason Socha 
and Chris Schaefer and Eric 
Osborne sell Surveys in the caf- 
eteria during lunch. 




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Survey 



Robert Galosi in the Boy's pool while it was bein 
repaired at the beginning of the school year shows t 
what depth a reporter may have to go to get a storj 



Publishing Your Creativity 

literary magazine shows off student 
vork 




Eucuyo was a showcase of the fin- 
est literary and artistic works of the 
school. Poets, writers and artists 
found a place of publication there. 
The staff looked at each creation ob- 
jectively, trying to recognize the true 
meaning behind the words and pic- 
tures. Students' writing or drawing 
abilities made Eucuyo what it was. 
The advisors were Ms. Carmody and 
Mrs. McLaughlin. 

-Emily Smayda 



Survey members, Heather Kristoff, Kim Mikich, 
Mike Karabinus and Jeff Kaleal show that they can 
enjoy being at school and at work. 



:uyo, Row one: Ed Galosi, Emily Smayda, Sean Socha, Erin Fox, Heather Kristoff, Janene Zakrajsek, 
■is Schaefer. Row two: Mike Karabinus, Amy Ransdell, Bill Aube, Rob Galosi, Jeff Kaleal, Mike Cating, 
leen Lanzaretta. 




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Preparing For Business 

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D.E.C.A. introduces students to business! 



D.E.C.A. (Distributive Education Clubs 
of America) was the student run club that 
co-insided with Euclid's Marketing Edu- 
cation class. Euclid's program was de- 
signed for juniors and seniors who were 
interested in a career in marketing and 
management. In their junior year, the stu- 
dents attended classes and studied the 
stock market, business finance, marketing 
research and many other business related 
activities. Seniors spent part of their day in 
school learning about everything from job 
interviewing, to advertising and sales. Dur- 
ing the remainder of the day they were 
employed in retail establishments within 
the Euclid area in a variety of retail, 
wholesale, or service capacities. In 
D.E.C.A., students competed against oth- 
er high school students on the local, state 
and national level in areas related to their 
career interest. Mr. Presot was in charge 
of the organization. 




D.E.C.A., Row one: Edrina Womack, Tina Armold, Stacey Apanaites, Colleen Gallagher, Brandy Nickel 
Cindy Stih, Chris Galaida, Lisa Riedel, Terra Proctor. Row two: Dan Dubecky, Becky Roeder, Carla Bartlet 
Christine Von Sick, Brigett Brokaw, Marci Schuster, Cindy Orlic, Stacie Yuhas, Patti Burke, Mr. Presot. Roi 
three: Rich Orsulic, Jason Weybrecht, Donnaire 

Woullard, Ed Zivnoska, Chris Fakult, Russell Minter, Dave Stephens, Shawn Clark. Not pictured, Shaw| 
Orazen, Melissa Krohn. 




One of the displays set up by the class. 



Dan Dubecky and others in the Marketing Education class getting ready to do their work. 



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D.E.C.A. 



forking The Audio And 
Visual 

vledia aides put light and sound into 
luclid 




The Audio Visual club handled all of 
the audio and visual equipment at the high 
school. They also ran the Whittle System 
thoughout the school. The AV students 
also took care of Senior Talent Night and 
Big Show and many of the other show too. 
They taped many of the sports games 
thoughout the year. The AV instructor Al- 
len Black ran the club and assigned all of 
the jobs to be done throughout the year. 
The students meet as a homeroom and 
they could also be in the room during 
study hall. 

-Mark Tomsic 



;dia Aides, Row one: Tom Fording, Kevin Sterrick, Bob Drotleff, Tony Hren, Mike Tomsic. Row two: Jeff 
opf, Donovan Smith, Paul Lech, Mark Tomsic, Dave Cupar, Ron Dodge, Erick Swanson, Bill Cvelbar, Jim 
razio, Sam DiBartolomeo, John Wheeler. Not pictured, Steve Vaslavsky. 




muel Di Bartolomeo, Bill Cvelbar and John Wheeler tapping into one of Dave Cupar and Kevin Sterrick filming the latest rendition of Star Trek: The 
clid's assemblies. New Generation. 



Media Aides 



International Relations 

Model U.N. helps students learn abou 

the countries in the world 



Delegates went into the interna- 
tional realm of the United Nations. 
No not the real United Nations, but 
Model U.N. Delegates representing 
different countries debated at Cleve- 
land State four times this year. Hav- 
ing the power of a country on their 
shoulder, they took what they knew, 
and decided a mock future for the 
world. Through many interesting ex- 
periences, the group got close to- 
gether. Led by officers Bill Aube, 
Erin Fox, Christine Schaefer, Jason 
Socha and June U, the experience of 
solving world problems became more 
and more real. Hopes of more in- 
tense debates are looked forward to 
next year. 

Intense, vocal people, problem 
solvers, and researchers are always 
welcomed into the group. The future 
is in our hands. 

-Emily Smayda 




Madel U.N., Row one: Jean Enneper, Patty Lux, Suzi Brkic. Row two: Ed Boyle, Erin Fox, Sean Soc 
Mark Peters, Dawn Medved, Bill Eppich, Chrissy Schaefer, Julie Pekol, Jason Socha, Amy Garbincus, A 
Pekol, Jeremy Lange, June U, Kevin Vance, Emily Smayda, Adam Albano, Ms. Laverty. Not Pictured, I 

Aube. 



Jean Enneper, Julie Pekol, Bill Eppich, Adam Albano and Suzi Brkic partici 
pating at the Model U.N. meeting at Cleveland State University. 




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The Model U.N. group having fun at the CSU meeting. 



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Model U.N. 



)nly The Best 

rational Honor Society characterizes 
cademics, character, leadership 



nd service 




ional Honor Society, Row one: Stephanie Slogar, Heather Kristoff, Debbie Isgro. Row two: Windi 
dak, Kim Miller, Phaedra Moore, Kim Mikich, Rebecca Karnak. Row three: Sheri Gezann, Roger Kunes, 
isis Smith, Jason Socha, Phil Walczak, Erin Fox, Chrissy Schaefer. 



The National Honor Society was 
composed of the best students at Eu- 
clid High School. Not only did mem- 
bers perform well academically, but 
they also demonstrated leadership, 
character, and service. Students 
were selected during their junior 
year to be a part of this society on 
the basis of these four characteris- 
tics, and were formally inducted in 
May. 

The 1990-1991 National Honor So- 
ciety president was Jason Socha. 
Also elected by the club was vice 
president Phaedra Moore, secretary 
Erin Fox, and historian Kim Mikich. 
Advisor Bette Schmeling helped or- 
ganize the club and its events. The 
society sponsored ice cream socials 
and donut breakfasts to commend 
students who made the distinguished 
honor or honor roll during the grad- 
ing period. 

-Rebecca Karnak 




S members meeting to discuss future plans 



National Honor Society 



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Doing Her Own Thinj 

i 

Fall Play dealt with adolescent girP 



desire to play footbal 



The Fall Play of 1990 was the produc- 
tion of "Time Out for Ginger." It was the 
story of a high-spirited fourteen year old 
girl who was determined to try out for the 
high school football team. Virginia Carol 
(Debbie Long) came to such decisions af- 
ter her father, Howard Carol's (H.J. De- 
Boe) speech to the student body support- 
ing students in doing what they want to do. 
Therefore, Ginger received support from 
her father who wanted to relive his past 
history as a football player. Add some 
motherly advice from mother Agnes Carol 
(Michelle Wagner), stubborn objections 
from sisters Joan (Katie Ells) and Jean 
(Candi Lukat) and an amuzing reenact- 
ment of Ginger's touchdown scene and 
you have a humorous, fast-paced family 
comedy. The cast also included Liz (Wen- 
dy Wang), Tommy Green (Jim Master- 
son), Eddie (Keith Olszens), Ed Hoffman 
(Mike Karabinus) and Barbara Wilson 
(Kim Taylor). The cast was under the di- 
rection of Mr. Frank Mularo and assistant 
director Ms. Judith Carmody. 

-Wendy Wang 





Michelle Wagner and Debbie Long listening to advice from Harold DeBoe. 




Michelle Wagner and Harold DeBoe discuss the peti- 
tion that was being circulated by Candi Lukat and 
Katie Ells. 



Wendy Wang and Michelle Wagner discuss t 
newspaper report of Howard Carol's speech. 




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Fall Play 



Trouble In Toyland 



Holiday Play deals with elf rebellion 



tyP 



M- sssim. 




"he reindeer, April Luikart, Alicia Salvatore and Terri 
)ePanicis discussing the changes that were taking place 
n Santa's workshop. 



Narrators 

ronishka 
Vlarushka 
Months . 




. Nicole Phillips 
Tiffany Highland 
Alicia Salvatore 
Terri DePanicis 
. Annette Hollis 
Christy Lawrence 
April Luikart 

Kringle-Krangle Robin Hunt 

Fingle Daina Butkus 

(angle ; IJ. Pat Carey 

ropple Chris DiBiase 

rooter Christy Lawrence 

Holly Nicole Phillips 

Folly Tiffany Highland 

Vlerry Amy Smith 

|erry Joey Behrens 

wdnky Tomeka Gibbs 

■hosophat Mitch Berzin 

Pitter India Ford 

Patter Meredith FitzGerald 

31oomy Gus Ken Wolenski 

Playful Prancer Terri DePanicis 

Daredevil Dancer .... Alicia Salvatore 

Daring Dasher April Luikart 

Fessie Annette Hollis 

Pete the Pine Mike Carney 

Director Judith L Carmody 

student Director Kevin Vance 

Stage Supervisor Jamey Zahler 

Lighting Donovan Smith 

Kevin Sterrick 



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Tn 1990, there were two Holiday Plays, 
"The Legend of Great January" and 
"Trouble in the Toy Shop". In "Trouble in 
the Toy Shop", the elves got sick of being 
bossed around by Kringle-Krangle and 
Jingle and Jangle. So they took over the 
toy shop. By taking turns in the bosses 
chair they found out that the best system 
was the one they had. They made numer- 
ous mistakes including Pink Mutant Tur- 
tles, Battling Bullfrogs and a green and 
white striped Dance Magic Barbie. The 
other problem was that the elves couldn't 
find Kringle-Krangle, but thanks to "Pete 
the talking Pine Tree" they found her and 
invited her back. 

The play was viewed by the 1st and 2nd 
graders from both Public and Parochial 
schools. The play also got to play to an 
extended audience from Thomas Jefferson 
after they had to evacuate their building. 
The play also played for two medium sized 
public audiences on Friday and Saturday. 
As always the play was written and direct- 
ed by Miss Carmody. 

-Kevin Vance 



Mitch Berzin telling a tale. 




Ken Wolenski and Mitch Berzin try to convince India Ford and Mer- 
edith FitzGerald to take control of toyland. 






Holiday Play 



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Key Club helps the school anc 

community 



Key Club was a service organization for high school 
students. The Key Club provided service to the home, 
school, and community. The Euclid Key Club provided the 
community two pancake breakfasts in the cafeteria. They 
also helped with the D.A.R.E. graduation, and had a 
Christmas party at Rosemary Home. They also helped set 
up for both parent-teacher conferences. In support of the 
troops, they passed out orange ribbons during lunch and at 
a Friday night basketball game. They sent eight members to 
the Ohio District Key Club Convention held in Columbus. 
Among the members sent were the 1990-1991 officers; 
President: Maureen Hannan; 1st Vice-President: Amora 
Francis; 2nd Vice-President: Darrell Lausche; Secretary: 
Mary Dengel; and Secretary Treasurer: Keith Scheurman. 
They also hosted the Zone Leadership Training Confer- 
ence. They continued to provide service to the home, school 
and community throughout the year. 

-Maureen Hannan 




ey Club, Row one: Darrell Lausche, Keith Scheurman. Row two: Chris Galaidi] 
Joyce Ashman, Mary Dengel, Maureen Hannan, Seona Latine, Maria D'Amioj 
Elizabeth Muzinic. Row three: Marty Witczak, Laura Dengel, Paula Gooi| 
Christy Lawrence, Mike Witczak. 



Euclid students compete in Science 

Olympiad 



One might ask, " What is Science Olympiad ?" Quite 
simply, it was the high school version of the real thing, but, 
involving brains rather than braun. Some of the 22 events 
included "Bridge Building", "Scrambler", "Get Your Bear- 
ings", "Science Bowl", and "Circuit Lab", to name a few. 

This year interest was more than doubled after last year's 
8th place finish- just 2 places shy of going to the state finals. 
Under the watchful eye of Mr. Wherley, and Ms. Torrelli, 
the team had regular meetings at which they discussed 
strategies and carefully chose the competittors, 1 5 in all. On 
February 23, this elite group converged on the campus of 
Case Western Reserve University and competed against 14 
other high schools from the Cleveland area. 

-Ed Galosi 




Science Olympiad members: Sue U, Adviser, Mr. Wherley, Rob Galosi, St 
Doboze, Jun U, Adviser, Mrs. Torreli. 



After a grueling screening process, the choices were made, and a team of 
four emerged. Their mission, to win. Their plan, to practice. And practice 
they did, with flashcards, with teachers, and in a humiliating scrimage with 
the mighty Hawken. The day finally arrived at Bowling Green State 
University for the taping of the High School Whiz Quiz. The teams were 
set, Lakewood vs. Euclid and an extremely close game ensued. After five 
rounds of interrogation, the scores were in; Euclid, 300, Lakewood, 380. A 
margin of 1.5 questions. The team members consisted of Captain, Kevin 
Vance, Bill Aube, and Tadas Gelazis with alternate, Mike Cating. Even 
though they lost they learned a lot and should be better prepared for the 
next time. 

-Bill Aube 




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Whiz Kids, Michael Cating, Tadas Gelazis and Bill Aube being quizzed by Mi 
Backos. 



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Key Club/Science Olympiad/Whiz Kids 



3on , t Drive Drunk 

5.A.D.D. helps to educate students 



>ut the dangers of driving drunk 




Although only having been in it's 
second year Euclid's Students 
Against Driving Drunk tried to save 
needless Drunk driving deaths and 
teenage drinking. SADD participat- 
ed in the Tie-One-On the holiday 
ribbon campaign and celebrated Na- 
tional Drug Awareness Week. 
SADD also offered discount limo- 
sines to Prom and promoted alcohol 
and drug awareness. SADD was led 
by President Kevin Vance, Vice- 
President Amy Smith, Treasurer 
Emily Smayda, and Secretary Mi- 
chelle Berzinskis. The advisors were 
Mrs. Paskert andMiss Stroup. Valu- 
able assistence was added by the Eu- 
clid Police Liasons to the schools, 
Officer Al Bush. 

-Kevin A. Vance 



V.D.D., Row one: Emily Smayda, Robin Hunt, Amy Smith. Row two: Michelle Abshire, Kevin Vance, 
mie Zahler, Mitch Berzin, Michelle Berzinskas. 




chelle Abshire, Jamie Zahler, Michelle Berzinskas, Robin Hunt and Amy Emily Smayda, Kevin Vance and Mitch Berzin getting ready to get the meeting 
lith discussing future plans at a meeting. going. 



S.A.D.D. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Graduating Class of 1991 

Mayor David Lynch 

and 

Euclid City Council Members 

Joseph Farrell Jerry Sustarsic 
William Cervenik Edward Jerse 

Edmund Gudenas Daniel Flowers 
Jayne M. Herak Fay Miller 

Joe Dallos 



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Class of 1991 

The John F. Gallagher 
Plumbing Company 

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Class 
of 

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Deja Bo 

Halloween dress-up da 
brings back old memoriei 



The strange and unusual walked the 
halls, from witches and cats to dice and 
flower people. Scary faces encountered 
baby faces and the Halloween School 
Dress-Up Contest proved to be another 
success. Some of the teachers even got in 
the spirit. A video tape recorded all the 
memories from the lunch periods and the 
next morning, thanks to the Whittle Com- 
munications equipment, the memories 
were relived. Such memories, as the hula- 
skirt guys, the evangelistic sisters, and the 
meals on wheels, won't be forgotten. The 
goblins and ghosts continued through the 
night while Student Council put on their 
annual Community Halloween Party for 
the little ones in Euclid. Another Hallow- 
een went by and Euclid High didn't 
vanish. 

-Emily Smayda 



Clockwise from top: Lisa Riedel, Lee Jackson, Rog- 
er Kunes, Andy Sadler, Erin Fox and Chrissy 
Schaefer showing off. 








Halloween 




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Tony Curry entertaining at the Student Coun- 
cil Halloween party. 

Left: Kim Miller, Shelley Tobias, Meredith 
FitzGerald, Patti Lux, Rebecca Karnak, 
Sharon Barrett. Below: Stacie Yuhas, Liz 
Mazzei, Brandy Nickell, Shawn Orazen, Patti 
Burke, Laura Nickell, Jennifer Picozzi. Bot- 
tom: Keith Clark, Ernie Perna, Matt Payne, 
Brian Sargent, Coleen Bradach, Janene 
Zakrajsek. 






Little residents enjoying themselves at the Student Council Halloween party. 




Doing It Together 

of synchronized swimming 



Wai Napolo shows the beauty 



Wai Napolo was Euclid's Synchronized 
Swim Club. It's purpose was to put on its 
annual swim show in the Spring. The 
theme for this years's show was the 50's 
and the 60's. The girls picked music from 
this era and designed their swim numbers 
around it. 

There were more problems than usual 
this year since both the boy's and girl's 
pools were being repaired. The boy's pool 
was opened in the Fall but the swim team 
had to use it so the Wai Napolo girls were 
not able to practice during the Fall. 

The president for the year was Kimberly 
Taylor and the vice president was Sheri 
Gezann. Mrs. Katie Morris and Debby 
Turpin were the advisors. 

-Kimberly Taylor 




Wai Napolo: Kelly Carney, Joyce Ashman, Jennie Ayers, Kim Taylor, Sheri Gezann, Michele Lynn, Lauren 
Scheurman. 



President, Kim Taylor and vice president, Sheri 
Gezann practicing for their number. 



Lauren Scheurman and Michele Lynn doing land drills in anticipation of 
getting into the water. 




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Wai Napolo 




Helping The Players 

Sport's aides work behind the scenes 
;o keep the players playing 



The football aides were probably the 
lost underrated people on the football 
am. Euclid's football aides gave all of 
neir free time dedicating themselves to 
elping the players, taping the player's 
arious injuries, getting them water during 
le game and helping out the equipment 
lanager Jack Lardomita. They were the 
eople who did much work 'behind the 
;enes' so that the games could be played 
'ithout any major problems. 

-Scott Gould 



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The aides watching the game between periods of need. 



ecky Weaver and April Lang filling cups with water so the players 

in refresh themselves. jSt* 




Jport's Aides 



SPORTS 



Along with the wide range of extracur- 
ricular activities, Euclid offers a strong 
athletic program. Euclid has teams that 
are members of the always competitive 
Greater Cleveland Conference, as well as 
the indoor track team and hockey team 
which are not part of the G.C.C. Coincid- 
ing with the athletic program are out- 
standing facilities, including two pools, an 
indoor and an outdoor track, a weight 
room with various exercise machines and 
free weights, and many practice fields for 
the various sports. Euclid's fine staff of 
coaches has done a great job with the ath- 
letes, but stresses the importance of aca- 
demics, even in athletics. 

-Rebecca Karnak 




Panther football emcompasses much of Euclid's excitement. 




The volleyball team tried to 'serve' excitement on the court, while the soccer team Meredith FitzGerald and India Ford kicking to the finish, while Rob Zele rushe 
'kicked' spirit into their games. around the right side. 




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Sports Divider 




Phil Sillia is excited about his golf game 



Andrea Colavecchio swings with excitement. 



Men Dujmovic dribbling down the field against 
Mentor. 




Sports Divider 




61 



Close But No G.C.C 

Euclid loses title in final minutes q 



This year was a season of hills and val- 
leys for the Varsity Football team. They 
failed to get off to a good start by losing 
their first game to Cleveland Heights. 
From there, they went from the frying pan 
right into the fire against St. Ignatius. 
With an 0-2 record, they bounced back 
winning six of their next seven games. 
That set up their final confrontation of the 
season, Mentor. The game was very excit- 
ing and Euclid played tough the entire 
game, with their never-say-die attitude, 
but lost in the final minutes 27-20. 

There were many players awarded all 
G.C.C. honors. At the top was All G.C.C. 
M.V.P. Rob Zele, who also won defensive 
player of the year from the News Herald. 
First team All G.C.C. went to Darnell 
Scott, Dave Sheck, Mike Sheridan, Ken 
Walter, Derrick Willis and Tom Zovko. 
At All G.C.C. second team was Harold 
Andrews, Ron Slusarski and Ed Zivnoska. 
Honorable mention went to Tony Shaw 
and Robert Yoe. 

-Scott Gould #73 




OK V. 



Darnell Scott, Brandon Biggom, and Mike Sheridan 
coming off the field after a successful play. 



seasoi 




All G.C.C. most valuable player Rob Zele getting ready (o make a defensive 






Ed Zivnoska hoping to make a big play against 
Mentor. 




Shannon Smith, Chris Ciulla, and Mike Holly sh 
ing spirit during one of the bright moments of 
season. 




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Football 











Varsity Football, Row one: Jack Lardomita, Dan Wensing, Roy Pignalicllo, Mike Shock, Coach Tom Banc, Mike Barnauskas, Chet Nolan, Mike Rezzolla, 
Pete Schwenke Row two: Raeshaun Jernigan, Marcos Gomez, Chris Ciulla, David Shock, Jeff Grossman, Malt Payne, Chris Muzinic, Brian Bowers, Scott 
Gould Row three: Darrell Brooks, Nehvon Tolbert, Tony Shaw, Vidal Curry, Jon Stois, Kevin Kinsella, Mark Cickavage, Adam Reichman, Bob Yoe Row four: 
John Arlesic, Tom Sedmak, Benjie Boyd, Kevin Fiynt, Joe Sweet. Rich Flaisman, Mitch Bcrzin, MarkoSimic, Mike Holly, Darnell Scott Row five: Tom Zovko, 
Rosie Greer, Marc Parker, Robert Staples, Eric Wandcrslcbcn, Ken Walter, Rob Zelc, Mike Sheridan, Ron Slusarski, Harold Andrews. Jamie Roach Row six: 
Chris Spada, Gerald Quinn, Ed Zvinoska, Derek Willis, Dennis Lescfky, Jon Smith. Larry Nossc, Shannon Smith, Devan Jackson, Sam DiBartolomeo, Mike 
DiBartolomeo. 





The players on the bench celebrating after the offense scored a touchdown. 




VARSITY 
EUCLID 



FOOTBALL 



OPPONENT 

16 



10 Cleve. Hts. 

7 St. Ignatius 19' 

24 Brunswick 3 

7 Maple Hts. 9 1 

26 E. North 7 

35 Brush 7 

21 Mayfield 7 

35 W. South 7 

33 Bedford 6 

20 Mentor 27 

SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 4 

GCC RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH second 



Football 



63 



Disappointing Seasoi 



J.V. Football suffered some tough break 



The Junior Varsity team was coached 
by Mr. Roy Pignatiello and Mr. Mike Bar- 
nauskas. The team finished with a disap- 
pointing 3-7 season. Even though their re- 
cord wasn't as good as it was in the past, 
they showed a lot of perseverance and tal- 
ent that the Varsity team can use in team 
future. 

-Scott Gould 



J. V. FOOTBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


Cleve. Hts. 


8 


St. Ignatius 


27 


13 Brunswick 


7 


6 Lake Catholic 


22 


29 North 





3 Brush 


7 


14 Mayfield 


15 


7 South 


13 


29 Bedford 


14 


Mentor 


27 




SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 7 



J.V. Football, Row one: Brandon Biggom, Coach Mike Barnauskas, Coach Roy Pignatiello, Wayne Wils 
Row two: Monte Jackson, Mark Kwiatkowski, Eric Cantini, Joe McCrone, Mario Hall, Mark Kovacev 
Jim Sas, Brian Peoples. Row three: Bob Welch, Mike Nagy, Mark Fuduric, Mike Yurcich, Eric Roth, C! 
Dulla, Pepe Pearson. Row four: Willie Reed, Rod Harmon, Damon Patton, Jim Shamp, Mike Clark, An 
Williams, Mike Peterson, Jim Cotton, Kelvin Bailey. 



The JV team huddling with the coach between plays 
to get some last minute information. The defense on 
the field waiting for the snap. 



Mike Yurcich getting off a pass while Monte Jackson 
goes up for the reception. Shawn Jackson pulls down 
the Brush ball carrier. 











, 






— k^^^ tt— 













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Football 



^rollicking Freshmen 



'reshman football has excellent season 








This year's Freshman Football team fin- 
ished with a superb 7-1 season. They were 
coached by Mr. Dennis Windham. Hope- 
fully, the players will help out the J.V. 
team next year. 

-Scott Gould 




• BjU CfejHE: .■ j . -" : 
S . ^f^ " M^nTrkinoSe' 
HP* " 

rMe 




■ '~' *~g^= 



iapleWts 
* Mayfftld 

Mentor Ridge 




32 Bedford " * rV 

SEASON RECORD JvON 6 
LOST 2 * e ~ 



The freshman defense gets ready to rush the quarterback 




John Arlesic holding while Tom Zovko kicks the 
extra point. 



ers getting between play instructions from coaches Bar- 
kas and Rezzolla. 



Football 



65 






Sock It To M 



Varsity soccer struggles to fourth place 



Despite another disappointing record, the Varsity soccer team 
displayed much improvement over last year. Many of the losses 
came through hard fought, one-goal margins. And the team did 
advance to the third round of the sectional tournament, under 
head coach John Gibbons. 

Varsity was lead by captain and four year letterman Alen 
Dujmovic, the team's leading scorer, who was a key on both 
offense and defense. Seniors Roger Kunes and Jason Socha also 
contributed strong defensive efforts while Dave Kramer minded 
the nets. The midfield was dominated by junior Steve Barstow, 
who was the team's third leading scorer. Offensively, the Pan- 
thers were lead by Steve Burke's hustle and determination. 

The squad was a hard-working group that never gave up. Their 
efforts were commendable. With the return of the experienced 
juniors, the team has a bright future. 

The Junior Varsity, under coach Jeff Jordan, also endured anoth- 
er losing season. Senior Patty Lux, junior Ben Pfahl, sophomore 
Mario Covic, and freshman Joe Brkic gave outstanding efforts. 
Sharing time in the nets were junior Sean Popovic and freshman 
Justin McKee. Although the team possessed much talent, they 
failed to outscore their opponents. 

The Freshmen soccer team, coached by Jim Presot, had a 
promising season. Everyone earned playing time and gained expe- 
rience. Robbie Heramb sparked the offense while John Buchner 
and goalkeeper Zelko Cindric did well on defense. Many players 
will make a strong impact on both the Junior Varsity and Varsity 
level next year. 

Rebecca Karnak 




Varsity Soccer, Row one: Kathy Gibbons, Betsy Gibbons. Row two: Jeff Jordan 
Coach John Gibbons, Dave Kramer, Coach Jim Presot, Candace Kucinski. RoV 
three: Steven Burke, Tom Whelan, Bob Kramer, Jason Phillis, Becky Karnak 
Patty Lux. Row four: Jeff Pesek, Steven Barstow, Jason Socha, Tony Bruketa] 
Bill Eppich. Row five: Roger Kunes, Renato Lampora, Ferando Lampora, Stevei 
Sirk, Dom Soric, Alen Dujmovic. Not pictured Leslie Richards. 




Tony Bruketa dribbles the ball down the field against Mentor while Dominic 
Soric and Steve Barstow close in to help. 



VARSITY SOCCER 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


Shaker Hts. 


St. Ignatius 


Lakewood 


Kenston 


3 Brush 


3 W. South 


1 E. North : 


3 Mayfield 


1 Mentor 


2 Brush 


2 W. South 


1 E. North 


1 Mayfield j 


Mentor i 


2 Strongsville 


2 Benedictine ; 


SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 1( 


TIE 3 


GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 5 TIE 2 


League Finish fourth 



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Soccer 




jv V. SOCCER 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


2 Shaker Hts. 


3 


St. Ignatius 


4 


1 Lakewood 


2 


1 Kenston 


2 


2 Brush 





2 W. South 


3 


1 E. North 


2 


2 Mayfield 


1 


Mentor 


3 


5 Brush 


1 


W. South cancelled 




1 E. North 


2 


Mayfield 


1 


2 Mentor 


3 


Strongsville 


1 



SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 1 1 
GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 6 
LEAGUE FINISH fourth 



V. Soccer, Row one: Coach Jeff Jordan, Coach Jim Presot, Kathy Gibbons, Justin McKee, 
;tsy Gibbons, Coach John Gibbons, Candace Kucinski. Row two: Joe Brkic, Dan Carlton. 
BW three: Andy Newsome, Shawn Thomas, Zeljko Tolo, Greg Cherne, Jeremy Lange, Dave 
lioni. Row four: Mario Covic, Ben Pfahl, Tony Beletic, Mark DelMonte, Scott Gray, Jeff 
hristoff, Tony Marusic. Not pictured: Leslie Richards. 



RESHMAN SOCCER 




1 


E. North 


2 


UCLID 


OPPONENT 


2 


Univ. School 


3 


Cleve. Hts. 


3 





Mentor 


5 


W. South 


3 


4 


Brush 


4 


Brush 


4 


1 


Chagrin Falls 


2 


Lake Cath. 





2 


E. North 





Chagrin Falls 


1 


2 


Cleve. Hts. 





W. South 


2 


SEASON RECORD WON 


5 LOST 8 


Lake Cath. 


2 


TIE 1 







reshman Soccer, Row one: Chris Eppich, Joe Brkic, Rob Heramb, Zelko Cindric, Drazan 
ilavcic, Mike Walczak. Row two: Coach Presot, Adam Weber, Steve Nicolosi, Joe Bailey, 
like Davis, Charlie Smialek. Not pictured: Chad Gady, Casey Kleckner, Pat Carney, Jason 
IcCreight, Jon Buchner, Kyle Lynch, Justin Pierce. 



Bb 




Dom Soric carries the ball while Jason Socha 
gives support. 



Alen Dujmovic getting some leg into the ball 




Soccer 



67 



Spiked Ou 

Varsity Volleyball plagued by injurie 



The 1990 Varsity volleyball team was 
lead by co-captains Liz Mazzei and Joy 
Lewin and seniors, Janice Kozlowski and 
Sue Hamilton. There were many injuries 
to the girls this season which slowed them 
down a bit and contributed to a below 
average season. 

Hitters Joy Lewin, Liz Mazzei and 
Corri Turkall saw most of the net action, 
while Kelly Hodder and Debbie Risko per- 
fected their setting. Jennifer Hiser set and 
hit very well for the team and should be 
very strong next year. 

Back row players included Janice Koz- 
lowski, Sue Hamilton, Joy Lewin, Mi- 
chelle Reed, Kelly Hodder and Meredith 
Mihalic. Julie Montagner came up from 
the J.V.'s half way through the season and 
had an excellent year. The team has the 
beginnings for a good future. 

-Liz Mazzei 






Varsity Volleyball, Row one: Kathy Mihalic (asst. coach), Janice Kozlowski, Angie Collins, Dan Maxso 
(head coach). Row two: Debra Risko, Kathy Kubinski, Michelle Reed, Sue Hamilton, Karen Phipps (mgr 
Row three: Joy Lewin, Kelly Hodder, Amy Garbincus, Liz Mazzei, Corri Turkall, Jennifer Hiser. 





VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 
EUCLID 

Solon 
W. South 
Maple Hts. 
Bedford 
Brush 
Mayfield 
E. North 
Mentor 
W. South 
Maple Hts. 
Bedford 
E. North 
Mayfield 
Mentor 



OPPONEN' 

17,1: 

10,1 

7,16,1: 

9,\sm 

17.15,l| 
2,( 
15,8,1 
15,1 
17,1 
15,15 
15.15 
13,15,11 
7,5 
10, 15,1 1 
SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST l| 
GCC RECORD WON 4 LOST 10 
League Finish sixth 



15,0 

15,15 

15,14,4 

15,13,16 

15,17,10 

15,15 

8,15,8 

6,13 

15,3 

5,11 

12,4 

15,11 

15,15 

15,4,2 



,11 



Liz Mazzei getting ready to spike the ball. 



68 



Volleyball 




The J. V. volleyball team had a rough season with a record of 
3-12. The team was lead by Jean Enneper, Amy Garbincus and 
Angie Collins as well as many others. "We were a strong team but 
we wern't very lucky when we needed to be" said Amy Garbincus. 
It was tough with such a different team as well as a new coach, 
Mrs. Mihalic. This was a transitional year for the J. V.'s and they 
are expected to start out strong and have a better season next 
year. 

-Liz Mazzei 




J.V. Volleyball, Row one: Kristen Mihalic, Carrie Collins, Cecilia Miller, Julie 
DiBartolomeo.Carrie Belavich, Julie Hadyk. Row two: Kathy Mihalic(Coach), 
Melissa Wilson, Kathy Walsh, Jozefina Mance, Stacey Meden, Amy Heuer. Row 
three: Susie Skrab, Kelly Maranowski, Meredith Mihalic, Kristen Akos, Denice 
Virant, Melissa Powalie. Row four: Miriam Hohs, Julie Montagner, Lillian 
Mazzei, Cathy Caine, Erika Nagy. 

The 1990 Freshman volleyball team had a great season with a 
12-6 rercord. Led by Kristen Mihalic with hits, Julie DiBartolo- 
meo with the top serves and a starting setter, Julianne Hadyk, the 
team ended with a great season. In the tournament they were top 
seeded but came in second. Coach Buck helped the team improve 
in court action. Kim Mihalic said, "by the time we're seniors we'll 
have an awesome team if we stick together!". Next year's J. V. 
team should benefit greatly from this year's freshmen. 

-Lillian Mazzei 



Freshman Volleyball, Row one: Kathy Mihalic(Coach), Tammi Schultz, Nicole 
Skuly, Melissa Nagode, Courtney Miranda, Michele Fogarty, Dan Maxson- 
,(Coach). Row two: Carrie Collins, Patricia Galloway, Terese Schneider, Heather 
Soutar, Alicia Saivatore, Carrie Belavich. Row three, Patty Cox, Susan 
Grywalski, Julianne Hadyk, Leann Uchbar, Michelle Suchy. Row four: Maria 
Mazar, Joanne Leonardi, Julie DiBartolomeo, Anka Cindric, Cecilia Miller, Lori 
Davison. 



Julie DiBartolomeo serving the ball to the opponent. 



. V. VOLLEYBALL 

iUCLID OPPONENT 

5,11,17 Solon 13,15,19 

3,15,8 W. South 15,12,15 

Maple Hts. 15,9,11 

Bedford 3,8 

Brush 14.15,16 

Mayfield 15,15 

E. North 10,15,15 

Mentor 15,14,15 

W. South 16,13,15 

Maple Hts. 15,15 

5,10,15 Bedford 12,15,10 

4,12 Brush 16,15 

1,11 Mayfield 15,15 

,10 E. North 15,15 

1,8 Mentor 15,15 
EASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 12 
iCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 1 1 



,15,15 

5,15 

6,8,14 

,13 

5,10,9 

,16,10 

4,15,6 

2,3 



FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


15,6,15 


E. North 


6,15,6 


15,11,15 


W. South 


9,15,13 


15,10,15 


Brush 


9,15,9 


15,10,8 


Mentor Shore 


10,15,15 


15,9,12 


Mentor Ridge 


4,15,15 


15,9,9 


Mentor Mem. 


6,15,15 


14,15,15 


Mayfield 


16,0,7 


15,15 


E. North 


9,11 


15,15 


W. South 


6,13 


15,15 


Brush 


12,9 


15,15 


Mentor Shore 


8,7 


15,15 


Mentor Ridge 


3,7 


8,12 


Mentor Mem. 


15,15 


15,15 


Mayfield 


2,2 


SEASON 


RECORD WON 


12 LOST 5 


G.C.C RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 




Volleyball 



69 



Learning The Racket 

i 

GirFs Tennis has an improved seasoi 



The Varsity Girls Tennis Team swung into action this year. 
Not only did the Lady Panthers double their winning games from 
last year, but they went far past them. They were, however, 
plagued with sickness and injury that left their record with faults. 

A new student, Hally Watson, transferred from Shaker, was 
placed first singles with Emily Smayda second and June U third. 
Because of difficulties the three players with the help of Sue 
U changed places often. Andrea Colavecchio, Amanda Rowe, 
Dawn Medved, Jennifer Melnyk, and Lisa Moster juggled the 
doubles places. Helena Oroz and Lydia Choi joined the Varsity in 
doubles and gained wins in Junior Varsity singles. A special 
thanks went out to the co-captains June U and Hally Watson and 
Coach Swope. To a wonderful season and many more. Remember 
the Chomp! 

-Emily Smayda 



Wow! A Junior Varsity tennis team?! Yes! This year because of 
a strong Varsity team and so many girls eager to sign up a J.V. 
team was created. Coach Warman's devotion and care brought 
up the maturing team. They gained experience this season needed 
to develop a strong Varsity team in the future. 

Top singles players Lydia Choi and Helena Oroz alternated 
singles positions and played on the Varsity team in the second 
spot. Erin Smith and Eileen Hannan battled for the third singles 
place throughout the season. Lisa Iannetta, Sandy Carrera, Tory 
Doles and Maria Raguz swung into double pairs. 

-Emily Smayda 




Varsity Tennis, Row one: Sue U, Dawn Medved, Emily Smayda, Lydia Cho 
Row two: Coach Swope, Andrea Colavecchio, June U, Lisa Moster, Jennife 
Melnyk, Helen Oroz. 




J.V. Tennis, Row one: Erin Smith, Maria Raguz, Lydia Choi, Sandy Carrera 
Row two: Coach Warman, Eileen Hannan, Helen Oroz, Tory Doles, Lis; 
Iannetta. 



VARSITY TENNIS 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


5 Chardon 


3 Regina 2 


3 Normandy 2 


Geneva 5 


Hudson 5 


3 Rich. Hts. 2 


Solon 5 


4 Lake Cath. 1 


1 Mayfield 4 


Magnificat 5 


Brush 5 



Mentor 


5 


W. Geauga 


5 


Firestone 


5 


5 E. North 





3 W. South 


2 


1 Cleve. Hts. 


4 


2 ND/CL 


3 


St. Joseph Acdm. 


5 


1 Geneva 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 


7 


LOST 13 




GCC RECORD WON 2 LOST 3 


LEAGUE FINISH fourth 





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Girl's Tennis 



J. V. TENNIS 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


3 Regina 2 


Geneva 5 


Hudson 5 


Mayfield 5 


Magnificat 5 


Brush 5 


1 Mentor 4 


W. Geauga 5 


W. South 5 


Cleve. Hts. 5 


ND/CL 5 


Geneva 5 


SEASON RECORD WON 1 


LOST 11 


GCC RECORD WON LOST 4 



Swinging Well 

Golf team has another winning season 



Mr. Raicevich was pleased with the 
1990 golf season as he led the team to 
"another winning season." The team's re- 
cord of nine and five gave them a standing 
of third in the G.C.C. Phil Sillia should be 
recognized as the most outstanding golfer. 
Phil shot some excellent games and was 
named as the G.C.C. All League Player. 
Freshman Tim Brokaw also played very 
well. Tim will help build a strong Euclid 
Golf team next year. Kevin Granito, Bill 
Jerin, Rob Lohn, Brian Bush and Jim 
Masterson all deserve recognition for a 
great season. Overall, the golf team was a 
fine coachable group. 

-Rebecca Hopkins 



GOLF 
EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


169 


E. North 


184 


174 


Brush 


179 


157 


Mayfield 


170 


171 


Maple Hts. 


190 


165 


Bedford 


168 


180 


W. South 


170 


179 


Mentor 


163 


169 


E. North 


173 


168 


Brush 


180 


189 


Mayfield 


192 


189 


Maple Hts. 


197 


176 


Bedford 


172 


176 


W. South 


172 


193 


Mentor 


167 



SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 
GCC RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 
LEAGUE FINISH third 





Golf team, Row one: Brian Bush, Bob Lohn, Tim Brokaw, Steve Tingley, Kevin Granito. 
Row two: Jim Masterson, Brian Dunmire, Jeff Simenc, Bill Jerin, Phil Sillia, Coach 
Raicevich. 



Bill Jerin putting 



. . . . ■ ■.■...■. . ■ ■. . 

Jeff Simenc and Brian Dunmire teeing off. 





Golf 




Couldn't Keep Ui 

Boys' cross country has disappointing 

seasor 



The 1990 Boys' Cross Country team had 
a slow start, but still managed to run at the 
Regional Meet. The season ended with a 
2-1 record. The young team consisted of 
only four upperclassmen, including three 
seniors and one junior. The remainder of 
the team was sophomores and freshman. 
Although the team struggled to 0-8 in the 
Greater Cleveland Conference, they went 
on to finish fifth in the conference meet. 
The late season successes include second 
place at the North Coast Classic, first 
place at the Coaches Classic, and fourth 
place in district Qualifying to Districts. 
The team was lead by Captain Ken Wo- 
lenski, Most Valuable Mike Carney, Out- 
standing Sophomore Chris Atlas, and 
Most Improved Andy Ehrhardt. 

-Kevin Vance 




Boys' Cross Country: Phil Baioni, Andy Ehrhardt, Dan Grisez, Mike Carney, Kevin Vance, Ken Wolensl 
Jimmy Lake, Chris Atlas, Brian Francetic. 




Andy Ehrhardt and Ken Wolenski 
fighting it out on the course. 




FRESHMAN BOYS' 


CROSS- 


BOYS' 


CROSS-COUNTRY 


COUNTRY 




EUCLID OPPONEN' 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


46 


Brush 1 


34 Lake wood 


34 


36 


Chagrin Falls 2 


N/S Edgewater 




33 


Shaw 2 


36 Mentor Ridge 


22 


38 


Chardon 2 


N/S Mentor Shore 


22 


25 


Newbury 3 


N/S Mentor Memorial 


22 


35 


W. Geauga 2 






25 


V.A.- S.J. 31 






30 


Mayfield 2 






29 


Maple 2' 






38 


Mentor 2 






30 


Bedford 2- 






33 


South 2. 


Mike Carney getting close to the 




40 


Brush(conf.) 2 


finish line. 




38 


North 2 






SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 12 






G.C.C. 


RECORD WON LOST 7 






LEAGUE FINISH sixth 



72 



Boys' Cross Country 



Not Enough Depth 

Girls' cross country suffered for lack 
of a number three runner 




Girls' Cross Country: Debbie Podmore, Annette Hollis, Missy Rocco, Meredith FitzGerald, India Ford, 
Cindy Orlic, Jennifer Daly, Karen Radachy, Shannon Marek, Jody Wailette, Coach York, Kim Sabel. 



GIRLS" CROSS COUNTRY 

EUCLID OPPONENT 



23 Chardon 


32 


24 Newbury 


31 


20 Shaw 


36 


22 Brush 


34 


28 Chag Falls 


28 


32 West Geauga 


25 


19 VA-SJ 


42 


21 Mayfield 


36 


Maple Hts 


36 


J3 Mentor 


26 


28 W.South 


27 


18 Bedford 


40 


56 E. North 


25 


24 Brush 


34 


riffin 


13 of 18 


VA-SJ 


6 of 9 


Malone 


16 of 27 


North Coast 


5 of 6 


loaches' Classic 


4 of 22 


3.C.C. 


3 of 8 


Lorain 


6 of 8 


District 


3 of 12 


Walsh Warrior 


4 of 13 


Regional 


10 of 13 


SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 4 


3.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 


LEAGUE FINISH third 






The girls' cross-country team had an up and 
down season, but enjoyed some successes on 
the way. Newcoming sophomores Jennifer 
Daly and Jody Wailette added depth to the 
team. Junior Karen Radachy, freshman Deb- 
bie Podmore, and seniors Missy Rocco and 
Cindy Orlic were all on the varsity lineup. It 
was Meredith FitzGerald and India Ford, 
however who provided the main strength for 
the team finishing a consistent one-two dur- 
ing most of the meets. The girls rallied to 
finish third in the GCC. The best team effort 
was at the district meet where they managed 
to qualify for regionals. Only Meredith and 
India were able to qualify for the State meet 
where Meredith was able to get a tenth place 
finish. 

After the season, Meredith and India com- 
peted in the Kinney Regional Championships 
in Racine, Wisconsin and finished 7th and 
8th and advanced to the 
Kinney National Champi- 
onships held in San Diego, 
Ca. on Dec 6-9, 1990. That 
was the first time in the his- 
tory of the race that two 
girls from the same school 
competed. Meredith man- 
aged to finish 25th in that 
national race. 

-Meredith FitzGerald 



FRESHMAN 

COUNTRY 

EUCLID 



GIRLS' CROSS- 



26 Lakewood 

N/S Edgewater 

35 Mentor Ridge 

N/S Mentor Shore 

N/S Mentor Memorial 



OPPONENT 

N/S 



India Ford and Meredith FitzGer- 
ald who were consistently the num- 
ber one and two runners for Euclid 
and also finished one and two in 
most of their dual meets. 



20 
15 
16 



Girls' Cross Country 



73 



Showing Improvement 

Wrestlers able to capture some win* 




Wrestling, Row one: Mark Swan, Danno Meros, Brent Warren, Greg Higham, Steve Burke, Zak Spencer, Bruce Willingham. Row two 
Coach Tim D'Anna, Anne King, Mike Peto, Dave Sheck, Mike Beck, Jim Pikus, Damen Cummings, Bob Lohn, Steve Knack, Stac; 
Gosset, Debbie Podmore. Row three: Deshaun Short, Donte Allen, Matt Dane, Mike Sheridan, Jim Lake, Shawn Thompson, Andre\ 
Newsome. 



The wrestling team had something to 
smile about this year, as victories were 
finally produced. The current juniors and 
seniors struggled through the last two 
years taking their lumps and paying their 
dues. Many of them saw regular varsity 
action as freshmen and sophomores as 
they were thrown into the fire with signifi- 
cant talent but little experience. This year 
they knew what to expect and wrestled 
much better. What goes around comes 
around and it was time to give out some 
beatings instead of talcing them. 

From the beginning of the season the 
coaches and wrestlers knew that they 
could make some noise in the GCC if their 
confidence was just sparked by a few vic- 
tories. When the team won a dual meet in 



the season opening quadrangular and 
wrestled tough in the other two matches 
they knew it was coming. Slowly but surely 
the team's confidence grew and the wins 
started coming. The team peaked at the 
end of the season just in time for the tour- 
naments. 

There were not enough wrestlers to real- 
ly have a JV team. Although there were 
some JV matches there were many forfeits 
and the scores were usually not recorded. 

The freshmen had a strong season and 
looked promising for the upcoming years. 
Some of them obtained varsity experience 
and wrestled well during their moment in 
the spotlight. 

-Matt Dane 130# 



VARSITY WRESTLING 

EUCLID opponen: 



42 
9 


Madison 
Lk. Cath. 


2 
4< 


18 


Mentor 


4( 


21 


Cleve. Hts 


4« 


20 


Maple 


4( 


46 


Bedford 


2 


33 


North 


2< 


26 


South 


4' 


31 


Brush 


T 


20 


Mayfield 


3( 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 6 


G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 3 LOST 4 




LEAGUE FINISH third 





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Wrestling 



The way it looks, the G.C.C. Championship Tro- 
phy just doesn't want to leave Euclid. The boy's 
basketball team, although losing a few games, 
brought the G.C.C. title home for the sixth straight 
year. This year's team was blessed with tremendous 
depth. After season ending injuries to Matt Garbin- 
cus and Mike Mc Dougall early in the season, the 
team stuck together to win the G.C.C. and enter the 
district tournaments seeded #2. 

They were led by the leadership and great play of 
captains Justin Daugherty and Chuck Yurcich along 
with Gary Meeks, Jason Weybrecht and John 
Vuyancih. Coach Daugherty also received strong 
bench play from Brian Dunmire, Daymond Callahan 
and Ken Davis. Dranoel Wilkerson, Raeshuan Jerni- 
gan, Kevin Flynt, Bill Jerin and Dave Grice also saw 
some action to help the team. 

This year Euclid had something it hasn't had for 
several years, the big, tall men. The front line of 
Justin Daugherty, Gary Meeks and John Vuyancih 



Six In A Row 

Boy's take GCC...again 



was said to be the best in the league. Because of them 
Euclid fans were treated to a host of opponent's shots 
being marked, "return to sender". They led to a 
strong inside game which enabled Euclid to capture 
many rebounds so they could get a second and even a 
third shot. The most exciting part, however, was Jus- 
tin Daugherty making his three point shots "from 
outer space". Justin led all the players in the area 
with total number of points and with the highest 
average number of points per game and with the 
number of three point shots made. Gary Meeks was 
second in the area for total points and average per 
game. Both of them were chosen 'Players of the week' 
by both the Plain Dealer and the News Herald. All 
three of the big men up front were in the area's top 
scoring list. 

Euclid was an explosive team that often won the 
tip-off and then proceeded to score several three 
pointers so that they were up by ten or more points 
with only several minutes gone off the clock. They 



ran a fast offense with lots of quick scoring am 
exciting plays. 

With the experience gained by the many junior 
and sophomores on the team, along with the talen 
coming up from the JV, the G.C.C. trophy is proba 
bly saying, "I don't think I'll be leaving Euclid fo 
awhile". 

The JV team did not have as much talent as it ha< 
in past years and did not do as well as in the past 
They failed to maintain a high level of intensit; 
throughout the game. Often they were winning goinj 
into the fourth period and elected to slow down thi 
game and sit on the lead rather than keep up the 
pressure. Because of that they suffered some closi 
losses. The freshman team, however, had lots of tal 
ent and finished first with a 14-3 record. 

-Dave Grici 



Varsity Boy's Basketball, Row one: Stacy Hamilton, Bill Jerin, Kevin Flynt, Daymond Callahan, Brian Dunmire, Michelle Reed, Paulnetta Wilcox. Row two: 
Coach Daugherty, Charlie Yurcich, Matt Garbincus, Raeshuan Jernigan, Jason Weybrecht, Kelly Bartel. Row three: Dave Grice, Ken Davis, John Vuyancih, 
Justin Daugherty, Dranoel Wilkerson, Donna Hoag. 




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Boy's Basketball 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



lUCl 


-ID 


OPPONENT 


00 


Cleve. Hts. 


96 


89 


Maple Hts. 


85 


76 


Bedford 


63 


75 


St. Ignatius 


73 


96 


North 


71 


57 


Valley Forge r 


74 


78 


South 


71 


72 


University 


67 


64 


Brush ' 


78 


88 


Mayfield 


63 


64 


Mentor 


49 


93 


Maple Hts. * 


97 


72 


Admiral King 


62 


88 


Bedford 


49 


88 


East 


87 


85 


North 


60 


79 


South 


59 


81 


Brush 


78 


94 


Mayfield 


72 


84 


Mentor 


53 



SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 3 
G.C.C. WON 1 1 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH 1st 



Ken Davis watching the ball go out of bounds after 
being deflected by an opposing player. 




Two of the most valuable forces on Euclid's team were Justin Daugherty shooting 
baskets from 'outer space' and Gary Meeks who marked many opponent's shots, 
'return to sender'. Justin was the leading scorer of all area schools and had more than 
twice as many three-point baskets as anyone else. Gary came in second as far as the 
number of points scored. 




Boy's Basketball 



77 



J. V. Struggles 

Not as much talent as in past years 



J.V. BASKETBALL 
EUCLID 



58 
51 
77 
48 
70 
51 
55 
75 
60 
49 
41 
60 
60 
47 
57 
51 
63 
56 
59 
50 



Cleve. Hts. 

Maple Hts. 

Bedford 

St. Ignatius 

North 

Valley Forge 

South 

University 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Mentor 

Maple Hts. 

Admiral King 

Bedford 

East 

North 

South 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Mentor 




77 
68 
55 
40 
36 
55 
51 
52 
46 
49 
75 
57 
42 
49 



Ed Bizay trying to get down the court. 



J.V. Basketball, Row one: David Coleman, Mark Kovacevich, Ron Siedler, Marty Moushey, Vince Sztul 
Row two: Brian Francetic, Carl Mc Coy, Mike Yurcich, Kevin Bremer, Coach Turkall. Row three: Benjamin 
Juengel, Dranoel Wilkerson, Jewvon Mc Michael, Mike Lee, Raeshuan Jernigan. 



SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 8 
G.C.C. WON 9 LOST 5 
LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 



EUCLID 



64 
51 
68 
56 
58 
49 
66 
74 
45 
53 
49 
60 
50 
55 



Memorial 

Ridge 

Brush 

South 

Bedford 

Maple 

Mayfield 

Memorial 

Ridge 

Brush 

South 

Bedford 

Maple 

Mayfield 



South tourn. 1st 

62 North 

76 Fairport 

83 South 

SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 3 



OPPONENT 

41 
41 
55 
49 
65 
46 
42 
33 
59 
30 
56 
59 
36 
45 

45 
40 
65 




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Boy's Basketball 



Members of the Varsity watching the JV's on the court before their game. 




Justin Daugherty goes up for one of his crowd pleasing dunks 



reshman Basketball, Row one: Thomas Massingill, Brian Fumfur, Pepe Pear- Pepe Pearson drives in for an easy lay-up while Steve Zahursky and Tim 
in, Chris Clark, Tim Banach, Altonio Mc Cants. Row two: Coach Steve Marcu, Banach follow him down, 
m Cesar, Samuel Seawright, Al Phillips, Jason Little, Antonio Smith. Row 
iree: Bill Vuyancih, Scott Pfeifer, Steve Zahursky, Matt Lucas, Steve Joyce, 
litchell Hawkins. 








Boy's Basketball 



79 



Only An Average Season 

Lack of depth hurts lady panthers 




The lady panthers played well, but had a 
tough season this year. Defensively, they 
played solid man-to-man defense and ran 
their presses well. Offensively, they ran 
their plays well, took advantage of their 
quickness, and shot baskets accurately. 

All of the girls on the team (which in- 
cluded 3 seniors, 6 juniors and 3 sopho- 
mores) enjoyed being a part of a team as 
well as playing the game. Due to various 
illnesses througout the season, however, 
there were many times when the team was 
short one or two players, yet even then, 
those girls were at the games to be part of 
the team. 



Many team members got different erj 
joyment from the game itself. When aske 
what she enjoyed most about playing bad 
ketball, senior Captain Catinna Brewing 
ton said; "I enjoy the fans cheering, bein 
energized, and feeling good. The thing 
enjoy most, though, is being in control.' 

The seniors, Catinna Brewington, Cc 
leen Bradach and Terri Blasius, will b 
missed in the years to come. The junior; 
sophomores and freshmen have to loo 
forward to playing together in the upcom 
ing years and have to stay a team all yea 
long. 

-Deliska Mc Ghe 



Terri Blasius gets ready to put the ball up. 



Varsity Basketball, Row one: Coleen Bradach, Chris Subel, Jennifer Hiser, Jill Slattery, Catinna Brewington. Row two: Karen Radach; 
Kelly Kekic, Terri Blasius, Julie Pekol, Coach Pignatiello. 



Karen Radachy goes up for 
two. 




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Girl's Basketball 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


67 


Maple Hts. 




74 


39 


Bedford 




24 


55 


North 




64 


61 


Laurel 




36 


75 


South 




53 


64 


Brush 




42 


59 


Mayfield 




31 


55 


Mentor 




65 


55 


Maple 




57 


62 


Bedford 




44 


55 


North 




65 


60 


South 




56 


46 


Brush 




47 


63 


Mayfield 




32 


55 


Elyria 




33 


42 


Mentor 




62 


SEASON RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 7 


GCC 


: RECORD WON 7 LOST 7 




LEAGUE FINISH 4th 









Catinna Brewington driving towards the basket against a Laurel opponent. 



Theresa Blasius makes a pass to the sidelines while Jill Slattery looks on and waits for 
the play to develop. 



After the ball was shot Coleen Bradach rushes to get in 
position for the rebound. 





Girl's Basketball 



81 



J.V.'s take the G.C.C 

Excellent Season 



The Euclid girls JV basketball team ended up with the 
G.C.C. title for the second year in a row. Consisting of 3 
freshmen, 10 sophomores and 2 juniors, this power-packed 
team of girls should be able to look forward to a good JV 
and Varsity season next year. Many of the girls on the team 
were good defensive players as wwell as offensive players. 

One factor that was important in the success of the JV 
team was the fact that there was always a sense of 'family' 
and 'togetherness' among the teammates. On the court as 
well as off, the girls got along well and tried to help each 
other. 

The girls deserved to feel proud of themselves since they 
were all-around great people and will lead to greater things 
in the future. 

-Deliska Mc Ghee #54 



Julie Pekol takes a shot while Monique Hayes and Wendy Durket wait for the 
rebound. 




J.V. Basketball, Row one: Bonnie Struna, Chris Mihalic, Stacy Meden, Sadi Garner, Denise Riedel. Row twi 
Kelly Hodder, Melissa Powalie, Aubrey Bonnie, Meredith Mihalic, Jozefina Mance, Coach Drienka. Ro 
three: Monique Hayes, Latonya Smith, Julie Pekol, Davvie Moore, Wendy Durket. 



JV BASKETBALL 






EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


35 


Maple Hts. 




19 


35 


Bedford 




27 


26 


North 




32 


43 


Laurel 




12 


35 


South 




34 


41 


Brush 




39 


46 


Mayfield 




36 


22 


Mentor 




15 


38 


Maple 




19 


27 


Bedford 




35 


2K 


North 




27 


2X 


South 




31 


33 


Brush 




30 


43 


Mayfield 




39 


30 


Elyria 




27 


22 


Mentor 




15 


SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 3 


GCC RECORD WON 1 1 


LOST 3 




LEAGUE FINISH 1st 







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Girl's Basketball 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


29 


Brush 


38 


6 


Magnificat 


39 


22 


Mayfield 


30 


34 


South 


36 


10 


North 


27 


29 


Ridge 


43 


35 


Bedford 


33 


28 


Brush 


35 


17 


Beaumont 


23 


18 


Mayfield 


20 


25 


South 


20 


16 


North 


37 


26 


Ridge 


36 


28 


Bedford 


26 


SEASON RECORD WON LOST 






4-13 






lulie Pekol and Monique Hayes rush to get under the basket for the rebound Coleen Bradach tries to drive around the Laurel defender in order to get 
igainst Laurel. into position for a shot. 




Kristen Mihalic being closely guarded. 



Mosadi-Rra Garner getting ready to pass off. 



Julie Pekol and Wendy Durket fighting for position 
under the basket. 



Girls' Basketball 



83 



Strong Indoor Team 

Indoor track runs over opponent; 




Indoor Track, Row one: Michelle Secic, Dave Baioni, Nehvon Tolbert, Brandon Biggom, Phil Baioni, Meredith FitzGerald, Virginia Bush, Brian Jordan. Row 
two: Ben Pfahl, Tosha Elliot, Dan Pike, Mario Hall, Heather Hughes, Kevin Vance, Michael Carney, Ken Wolenski, Pat Carney, Bryan Peoples, Paulnetta 
Wilcox. Row three: Amora Francis, Chad Dulla, Kiki Bank, Michael O'Flynn, Bob Yoe, Chris Atlas, Lorenzo Norris, Rayshawn Byrd, Ron Bryant Jr, Isaac 
Bonner, Coach Ramlow. Row four: Linda Turchik, Ron Chandler, Brian Jackson, Rhoan Wallace, Paul Rob, Darryl East, Tim Haggerty, Gustavo Banzatto, 
Steve Workman, Jim Shamp, Larry Nosse. 

The 1991 Indoor Track team, despite 
it's youth, kept the Euclid track tradition 
strong. In spite of some setbacks and a 
lack of teams willing to compete against 
the team, they found amazing success. The 
graduation of Robert Smith did not prove 
to be a major setback as his spot was filled 
in part by freshman all-star Brandon Big- 
gom. Also taking up the slack were junior 
Bob Yoe, sophomore Chris Atlas, and se- 
niors Mike Carney and Darryl East. The 
seniors gave much needed leadership to 
the team which was coached by Mr. Ram- 
low and Mr. Tomasi. 




Michael Nagy and Tim Haggerty clear the hurdles 
while Lorenzo Norris touches down after the triple 
jump. 



INDOOR TRACK 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


WON 


Buchtel 


WON 


JFK 


WON 


St. Ignatius 


LOST 


John Adams 


WON 


East 


WON 


Shaker 


WON 


Mayfield 


WON 


Walsh Jesuit 


WON 


John Hay 


WON 


Wickliffe 


SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 




84 



Indoor Track 



leers Finish First 

Hockey has a super season 




Hockey, Row one: Leon Rozic, Bob Lemieux, Frank Soltesz, Wally Kuhen, Greg Cherne, Matt Payne. Row two: Tim Brokaw, Tony Rozic, Matt Mc Peek, Eric 
Cantini, Mike Mc Neill, Steve Tingley, Matt Lemieux, Tim Gannon. Row three: Anthony Martinzic, Phil Walczak, Joel Kerne, Vic Seper, Mike Davis, Matt 
Davis, Marc Fifolt, Ray Morris, Head Coach Forest Dixon. Not pictured: Joe Sweet. 



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HOCKEY 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


6 Mentor 


3 


1 1 Normandy 
6 Valley Forge 
5 Garfield 


1 
5 
3 


4 Ottawa Hills 





Cent Tourn. 1st 




4 E. Mc Dowell 





Kent 





3 Ottawa Hills 


2 


5 Bay Village 
2 Mentor 


3 
3 


3 Brooklyn 

4 Kent 


5 
2 


4 Valley Forge 
2 North Olmsted 


1 
1 


2 Lakewood 


3 


7 Garfield 


2 


2 Rocky River 






Despite the loss of fourteen players from 
last year's team, the Panther hockey team 
rallied to retain the Blue Division East 
title with a division record of ten wins and 
three loses. Led by tri-captains Marc Fi- 
folt, Joel Kerne and Leon Rozic, the team 
surpassed last year's outstanding record 
and headed into the state playoffs with a 
confidence backed by a superb defense. 

Inspired by the brilliant tutelage of head 
coach Forest Dixon and assistant Anthony 
"Skip" Martincic, this young team threw 



off the facade of inexperience and took 
many an opponent by storm. Casting off 
the aura of disbelief through sheer dedica- 
tion and raw talent, the team effort al- 
lowed the five seniors to conclude their 
exceptional careers on a winning note. 

Even with the rigorous requisites im- 
posed by hockey, the team was able to 
maintain a high grade point average mak- 
ing them winners on the ice as well as in 
the classroom. 

-Phil Walczak and Marc Fifolt 



>EASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 3 



Hockey 



85 






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Different Strokes 

Boy and Girl swimmers 



Although they didn't have the best sea- 
son record, boy's swimming had a great 
season filled with fun and friendship. The 
season got off to a bad start because of the 
remodeling that was going on with the 
boy's and girl's pools. When preseason 
started they had no pool and they just 
barely got in the pool by the beginning of 
the season. When boy's pool was finally 
fixed, it had to be shared between the boys 
and girls teams which meant late practices 
twice a week, and less morning practice. 
All of this made for a team that was not as 
well conditioned asa they could have been. 



After things returned to normal the sea- 
son really got moving and the team started 
to build together under co-captains And) 
Logar, the top distance swimmer and Ken- 
ny Gilbert, the top sprinter. The problerr 
was that there were not enough people on 
the team to have the depth that it needed 
to be competitive. Even though the guys! 
knew they had no chance at getting anyJ 
where in the G.C.C. they swam their bestl 
The high point of the season was Andy 
Logar's great finish to win the 500 at thq 
G.C.C. Championships. 

-Bob Schmelingi 



John Burich starting off while fellow team members look 
on. 



Boy's Swimming, Row one: Mike Tomsic, Tony Hren, John Wheeler, Liam Collins, Josh Pelz. Row twc 
Coach Lou Davis, Mark Tomsic, Brian Madden, Pete Swyt, Brian Bush, John Burich. Row three: Bo 
Schmeling, Mike DiBartolomeo, Andy Logar, Ken Gilbert, Paul Kostansek. 



BOY'S SWIMMING 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


116 


St. Edwards 69 


125 


Madison 53 


58 


University 128 


126 


Beachwood 5 1 


85 


Fairview 100 


78.5 


Brush 106.5 


79 


Bay Village 107 


87 


Mayfield 98 


63 


Bedford 123 


111 


Maple Hts. 73 


76 


Mentor 110 


56 


Berea 130 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 8 


G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 1 LOST 4 


LEAGUE FINISH 5th 



86 





Swimming 



For Different Folks 

iive life in the deep end 





* 



he swimmers waiting around before their race. 



irl's Swimming, Row one: Deanna Hoppert, Becky Shrader, Patti Sheck, Kadohi Uchida, Melissa Wilson, 
atti Lux, Kelly Moyer, Melissa Parey. Row two: Coach Pat Hartman, Chris Eppich, Kim Miller, Jodi 
/allette, Kim Sabel, Sonia Cencic, Megan Tobin. Row three: Kathie Patterson, Lillian Mazzei, Mariana 
drilic, Liz Mazzei, Marina Machado, Julie DiBartolomeo. 




The lady panther seimmers returned to 
the pool with an impressive 1990-91 sea- 
son. Third year coach, Pat Hartmann, 
proudly looked on as the team pulled to- 
gether and swam towards victory. Led by 
Tri-captains, Patty Lux, Kim Miller and 
Sonia Cencic, the team finished with a 9-3 
record overall and 3-2 in the G.C.C. 

-Sonia Cencic 





GIRL'S SWIMMING 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


93 


Beaumont 


75 


103 


Madison 


73 


105 


Laurel 


79 


124 


Beachwood 


50 


127 


Fairview 


47 


90 


Brush 


94 


96 


Bay Village 


87 


112 


Mayfield 


73 


94 


Bedford 


91 


106 


Maple Hts. 


80 


73 


Mentor 


112 


75 


Berea 


113 



SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 3 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH 3rd 



Swimming 



87 





Dr. Araca explaining the Tine points of a painting to her class. 



The students at Euclid High School came initially with 
the purpose of having an exciting four years. No student 
wholly realized that these four years would also .be' an 
intense period of academic study. They were able to take in 
information from both ends of the academic spectrum, for 
example computer science to poetry analysis. Without those 
things to round them out, they would never be able to fit in 
a world dominated by factors outside of the scope of high 
school. None of this, however, would have been able to have 
been accomplished without the help of the fine help provid- 
ed by the Euclid staff. The students spend their four years 
under this guidance. All too often, students do not appreci- 
ate the instruction and guidance provided by the staff while 
they are in attendance. It is only after graduation that most 
students realize the full extent of their assistance. 

-Amy Ransdell 




Mr. Robert Smith instructing in his industrial arts class. 





Mr. Dzerowicz and Mr. Bleich interacting with their classes. 



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Librarian, Mrs. Dolter helping with a smile. 



88 



Academics Divider 




Mr. Backos sharing his vast knowledge of biology. 



Mr. Presot helping Ed Boyle and Tina Wilson after school. 



Mr. Pignatiello helping Debbie Isgro with her computer project. 



Matt Garbincus takes a break from his test while others continue working. 




Academics Divider 



89 



Euclid Schools' Leaders 




School Board and Administrators: Ronald L. Victor, Carol DeWine, Lowell B. 
Davis, President K. F. Van Ho, Kurt Stanic, Barbara E. Kramer, Vice-President 
Carol L. Bechtel, David A. Lawrence. 



Euclid Schools' Administration, Row one: Robert McLaughlimDirector of Pupil 
Personnel, Kurt Stanic: Superintendent of Schools, Lowell B. Davis: Treasurer 
Row two: Ronald L. Victor: Business Manager, John P. Fell: Assistant foi 
Superintendent, Robert Knuth: Director of Secondary Education. 



The administration of the Euclid 
Schools for the 1990-91 school year 
did not change much from the 1989- 
90 school year. The School Board 
remained the same and the only 
change to the administrators was the 



addition of Robert Knuth as the Di- 
rector of Secondary Education and 
the change of John Fell to Assistant 
to the Superintendent. 

At Euclid High School the only 
change was the customary one of the 



senior unit principal moving down to 
the freshman grade level and all oth- 
ers moving up with their respective 
classes. 

-Carla Matiaska 






William McGuinness 

Principal 

Frank Perez 

Eleventh Grade Unit Principal 



Justin Antonini 

Associate Principal 

Ben Pasquale 

Tenth Grade Unit Principal 



Ron Seymour 
Twelfth Grade Unit Principal 

William Medvick 
Ninth Grade Unit Principal 





90 



Administration 




Planning For The Future 



HB 




•vl 







The students here at Euclid High 
owe much to the fine counselors who 
devote much of their time and effort 
into giving the best possible guidance 
and advice to all the students. 

They are the ones the students go 
to when they need to decide what 
classes to take, or when they need 
help in deciding their future or sim- 
ply just to get an opinion. It is difi- 
cult for students to make the deci- 
sions they must face as they graduate 
and move on in life. The counselors 
help put these choices into a better 
perspective so that any student may 
succeed to the best of his ability. 

Carla Matiaska 



Robert Addis, Coordinator of Athletics. 



Brenda Barker, 9th Grade Counselor, (H - Z). 






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Lynn Davis, 12th Grade Counselor, (H - Z). 



Audree Fox, 10th Grade Counselor, (H - Z). 



Sue Harris, 1 1th Grade Counselor, (H - Z). 





Mike Robinson, 10th and 12th Grade Counselor, 
(A-G). 



Anthony Russo, 9th and 11th Grade Counselor, 
(A - G). 

Counselors 



f 







Robert Yocum, Career Counselor. 



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Staff endows excitement to students 



To students and faculty alike, Euclid 
High School is a home away from home. 
The staff does a fine job of not only teach- 
ing students, but guiding them in personal 
matters. The dedication of the faculty to- 
wards students makes the high school the 
fine institution it is. Counselors, teachers, 
secretaries, cafeteria help and custodians 
all pull together to create a pleasurable 
atmosphere. 

-Rebecca A. Karnak 



Principal, William McGuinness getting ready to be- 
gin an assembly in the auditorium while Frank Jab- 
lonski tries to get his class interested in English. 
Bottom: Students preparing for class. 





Jane Addis, English, Social Studies. 

Stephen Alspaugh, Music. 

Anna Araca, Art. 

Earl Archibald, Custodian. 

William Attamante, Work-Study Coordinator. 

Ronald A. Backos, Biology. 



Sandi Bambic, English, Fine Arts. 
Tom Banc, Government. 
Ethel Barbish, Security. 
John Barcza, Introduction to Pysics and 
Chemistry, Science Topics, High School Science. 
Stanford Bender, Basic Science, Advanced 
Biology, A. P. Biology, Science Dept. Chairperson 
Charlotte Bensusan, Secretarial Specialist, 
Notetaking for the College Bound. 



Allen Black, Audio Visual Technician, Key Club 

Advisor. 

Dolores Black, English, Reading. 

Al Bleich, Business. 

Gene Brearton, Math. 

Pat Buck, Physical Education Dept. Chairperson. 

Jan Carlson, Home Arts. 



Judith Carmody, English. 

Ron Chambers, Industrial Arts Dept. Chairpersor 

Carmen Colaianni, Custodian. 

Leo Collins, World History. 

Harold Daugherty, Health. 

Merry Dolter, Library Staff. 



Theresa DuBroy, Math. 

Michael Durbin, Math. 

Alex Dzerowicz, American Government, 

Geopolitics, Social Problems. 

Paul Emery, Drafting, Architecture, Freshman 

Football Coach. 

Rosalie Fette, Secretary-Associate Principal. 

Gale Flament, Photography, Art. 



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Computing To The Future 



Dan Francetic, Planetarium. 

Mrs. Holly Freedman, Art Dept. Chairperson, 

Design, Painting, A.P. Portfolio. 

Barbara Gates, Vocational Coordinator. 

John Gibbons, Phys. Ed. 

James Goebel, Voc. Auto. I, Pre. Voc. Auto., 

Practical Auto. 

Bill Gooding, Biology. 



Thomas Gubitosi, Latin, Spanish. 

Patricia A Habat, Ninth Grade Science. 

Joyce Haffer, English, Math, Social Studies. 

Tom Halbedel, Science. 

Ardelle Harrell, Secretary. 

Jeff Hartmann, American History, Varsity 

Baseball Assistant Coach. 



Catherine Harwood, Library Staff. 

Rob Heramb, Social Studies. 

Carolyn Heuer, American History. 

Joanne Hodder, Security Aide. 

Tom Hoffart, Occupational Work Experience 

Coordinator, Physical Education. 

Frank Hoffert, Social Studies Chairperson, A.P. 

European History, American Government, 

Economics. 



Richard Homovec, Phys. Ed., DCT Coordinator. 

Deborah A Houchins, English, American Survey 

II, Senior English, Flag Corps and Majorette 

Advisor, Career Beginnings-Teacher Broker. 

Jane Fowler, Treasurer. 

Frank Jablonski, Honors English I, Junior 

English, Reading. 

Jan Kehn, Principal's secretary. 

Jim Kelley, U. S. History. 



Ellen Klein, Office Automation, Social 

Studies(Social Problems). 

Ingrid Koenig, German. 

Stephanie Laverty, Spanish I, Spanish II. 

Jane Lellis, English II, English III. 

Joan Lidrbanch, English, Eucuyo Sponsor. 

Joan Linderman, Secretary. 



With the many career decisions faced 
by students today, more should become 
aware of, and utilize the wealth of re- 
sources made available to them through 
the Career Office. Among the resources 
this year was a new and improved version 
of the OCIS computer system. The OCIS 
(Ohio Career Information System) was 
designed so that the students could easily 
tap into a breadth of knowledge regarding 
four-year and two-year colleges as well as 
vocational programs, technical schools 
and financial aid information. The uses of 
such programs are many, as some staff 
members chose to incorporate the system 
into their own classrroom curriculum. 
New goals have been set among the staff 
to start familiarizing students even as 
freshmen so that they could plan for their 
future and realize the numerous options 



available to them as they progress in their 
studies. 

Working with some small groups of 
those students who were interested in 
learning the program was Mrs. Hodder, 
who devoted much of her time and effort 
to the new system, and if she was not avail- 
able, Mr. Yocum or Mrs. Paul would be 
there willing to lend a helping hand when- 
ever possible. 

The new OCIS system should prove to 
be valuable asset to the students in the 
years to come. 

-Carla Matiaska 




Carla Matiaska using the OCIS 
computer system to help her decide 
on which college to attend. 



Joe Leonardi doing his work 
in the new Macintosh Com- 
puter Lab. 



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Speaker tells of strength, heroism and faitl 



On Tuesday, November 27, 1990, Eu- 
clid High School was privileged to host a 
very special guest speaker, Dave Roever. 
Mr. Roever was a Vietnam veteran with 
an incredibly moving and inspriational life 
story. During the was, he was burned 
beyoun recognition when a phosphorus 
grenade he was holding in his hand explod- 
ed near his face. The resulting burning 
caused him to lose more than" sixty pounds 
of flesh and exposed his internal organs. 
He lost most of the right side of his face 
including his right ear and eye. When the 
medics were evacuating him the stretcher 
burned causing him to fall to the ground. 
When they opened him up in the hospital 
some of the phosphorous inside caught fire 
again. He had to have many operations to 
get him back to be a functioning person. 

Although he had to endure years of suf- 



fering, he did not allow his own pain to 
alter his positive outlook on life. Today, he 
speaks to high school students all across 
the country in an effort to convey an im- 
portant message - to believe in yourself, 
and to do what is right. 

His speech, although very moving and 
poignant, was at times humouous. His pos- 
itive approach to his own personal hard- 
ships and to those problems which we all 
must face each day was very motivating. 

His talk was very well received by every- 
one. His was truly an amazing story of 
strength, heroism and faith. 

-Kristen Sarpolis 



Karen Little, Security Aide. 

Mary Lomac, Freshman and Sophomore English 

Ken Lowe, English. 

Marge Lucas, Library Staff. 

Marc Manburg, Business Dept. Chairperson, 

Advanced Accounting, Accounting, 

Recordkeeping. 

Stephen Marcu, Social Studies. 



Kathy Marsh, Library Staff. 

Allen Matko, OWA. 

Judy McLaughlin, Junior Honors English, 

Junior English. 

Polly McRedmond, Secretary. 

Edie Mellen, Vocational Commercial Art. 

Carol Meyers, Library Staff. 




Dave Roever giving his motivational speech to the 
students. 



Dave Roever played the piano well despite the fact 
that he had little use of his hands. 



Aldona Miskinis, Math. 

Ray Montani, Psychology, Vocational 

Automotives. 

Katie Morris, Biology. 

Jo-Rita Mueller, Math. 

Paul Newell, Varsity Chorale, Choral Masters, 

Choraliers, General Music, Marching Band, Big 

Show Music Director. 

Carole Niebes, English. 



Joan Paskert, Math, SADD advisor. 

Judy Paul, Career Office Secretary. 

Adam Pawlowski, Computer Dept. Chairperson, 

Math. 

Robert Petrovic, English I, AP English, English 

Dept. Chairperson. 

Roy Pignatiello, Algebra I, Geometry, 

Computers, Head Girls' Basketball Coach, Asst. 

Football Coach. 

Sally Pla, French, German. 




Ronald Powaski, Social Studies. 

Jim Presot, Marketing Education, Keyboarding, 

Freshman Soccer Coach, DECA Club Advisor, 

FBLA Advisor. 

Mike Raicevich, Social Studies. 

Barbara Ramlow, English, AFS Advisor. 

Robert Ramlow, Health, Phys. Ed. Dept. 

Chairperson. 

Charles Reno, Math, Physics, Radio Club 

Advisor. 



Many of these students were motivated by listening to Mr. Roever. 



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The 'Original Mike Smith' spoke at Euclid 



Inn Roberts, Math. 

oe Rodriguez, Physical Education. 

oyce Russo, English. 

oyce Sadowski, Main Office Secretary. 

•red Sallach, Math. 

iandy Sanborn, Math. Dept Chairperson, Math 

Vnalysis, Math For Modern Living, Transition to 

College Math, Geometry. 



Greg Sattler, O.W.E. Coordinator. 

Bette Schmeling, Chemistry, Algebra I, NHS 

Advisor. 

Donata Schultz, Health Aide. 

Jennifer Scbwan, English. 

Pete Schwenke, Phys. Ed. 

Mickey Segulin, Health Aide. 



On Wednesday, October 17, 1990 Mike 
Smith, an nationally known motivational 
speaker, spoke to Euclid students and 
about one hundred others from twelve 
area schools who also attended. Mr. 
Smith, through his methods of motivation- 
al speaking reaches out to his audiences 
and shows them how to believe in them- 
selves. He came right down to the students 
and was able to hold the atention of 
hungry and restless teenagers for a full 



forty-five minutes through his use of visual 
stimulations and dynamic speaking. Even 
the most timid and hesitant became will- 
ing participants in his special group-action 
activities. Mr. Smith has made presenta- 
tions to more than 150,000 people in such 
diverse groups as state, regional, and na- 
tional associations of students, teachers, 
and administrators. 

-Jennie Ayers 



4ick Selvaggio, Law Enforcement, Security Aide. 

»aul Serra, Mathematics, Head Baseball Coach. 

an Severino, English. 

ilaine Sheridan, Special Education. 

'aula Sheridan, Foods I. 

dike Sheck, OWA. 




Jim Simpson, Social Studies, OWE Lab. 

Bonnie Smith, French, Spanish. 

Bob Smith, Engineering Drafting, Woods, Small 

Engines, Power and Energy. 

Wayne Smith, Social Studies. 

Frank Soltesz, Biology and Science Topics, Intro. 

to Physics and Chemistry. 

Barbara Spiga, English III, Speech. 



Barb Springer, Main Office Secretary. 

Veronica Stadler, Health, Phys. Ed. 

Judy Stobinski, English. 

Maria Stroup, Spanish. 

Carol Tkac, Freshman Honors English, 

Sophomore College English, British Literature. 

Rosemarie Tonn, Secretary. 



The 'Original Mike Smith' during his presentation at Euclid High School. 




Mr. Seymour and Mrs. Yuhas seem to be motivated. Mike Pasquale and Mrs. Linderman need to be 

motivated. 






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■ r 



Crisis In The Gull 

World outlook changes because of Iraq 



The turn of the decade brought with it a 
time of great upheaval regarding world 
affairs. Not only did the Second World 
War finally conclude with the reunifica- 
tion of Germany, but also the uncertainty 
of the crisis in the Persian Gulf aroused 
feelings of tension and tremendous fear of 
the nations throughout the world, especial- 
ly here in the United States. At a time 
when most families were getting ready to 
celebrate the holiday season, they were 
devastated to find that many of their 
friends and loved ones were given their 
orders to serve our country in the Middle 
East. This message really hit close to home 
as Coast Guard Reservists based right 
here in Northeast Ohio received the call to 
active duty. To most, this harsh reality was 
beyond the scope of their expectations 
when they joined the services, yet these 
valiant men and women rose to the occa- 
sion, leaving behind the security of their 
homes to fight for the security of others 
thousands of miles away. 

The crisis began in mid- August of 1990 
with the invasion of the Iraqi army led by 
Suddam Hussein into the tiny country of 
Kuwait on its Southern border. Hussein 
claimed this land had long belonged to 
Iraq and he was only claiming what was 
his country's in the first place. Viewing 



this as as unexcusable act of aggression, 
President Bush decided to intervene by 
sending U.S. troops into Saudi Arabia, so 
as to pose a threat to the Iraqis and to 
protect the rights of the people in Kuwait, 
not to mention Hussein's Anerican "guest- 
s"/hostages held within the country. Oper- 
ation Desert Shield, as it became known, 
came to involve thousands of U.S. soldiers 
who had been stationed at military bases 
all over the country. 

The effects of this crisis have been felt 
not only in the United States, but also in 
most other nations as well. The economies 
of the countries in the Middle East survive 
on the production of oil from the desert 
and as the crisis unfolded, petroleum 
prices rose which caused a price increase 
in all petrochemical products, most nota- 
bly gasoline. There was also an effect 
maintained through the sentiment of the 
American public towards the military 
build-up. When polled in August, Ameri- 
cans supported President Bush's decision 
of sending troops. Yet as the crisis reached 
a stalement-like situation, the public grew 
uneasy with the increased number of sol- 
diers sent, and began to question the rea- 
soning behind the U.S. involvement in 
what seemed like a truly foreign problem. 
Since the days of defining itself as a super- 



power in the world, the U.S. has classified 
itself as being the "policeman" of th< 
world, thereby justifying its actions to th< 
people. Yet the occupying of troops hai 
been cause for the American people t< 
draw parallels to the war the U.S. faced ir 
Vietnam, where there accumulated a tre- i 
mendous lack of support from the public 
In the 1970's, the United States faced 
an energy crisis as OPEC reduced the flow 
of oil from the Middle East. Prior to the 
Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, the United 
States had become very complacent re 
garding its energy sources. As a result of 
the invasion, the U.S. has discovered that 
its energy sources could be easily disrupt- 
ed. Because of this, Americans will be 
forced to pay more for its energy. This 
promotes an increased need for conserva- 
tion of our present energy supplies, while 
also fostering the development of known 
energy sources as well as the enhancement! 
of energy technology. The world that to- 
day's high school students will inherit is 
far different from the one which their pre- 
decessors entered, making it all the morel 
important for the students to understand: 
what will be expected from them in the 
future. 

-Carla Matiaska 




Mrs. McLaughlin and Mr. Serra hope that their students can get an appreciation for the events that have occurred in the gulf. 



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Dick York, DH Department Chairperson. 
Judy Zubizarreta, Spanish, Japanese Facilitator, 
Foreign Language Department Chairperson. 



Mike Durbin instructing in 
the new Macintosh comput- 
er lab. 




Chris Torrelli, Science. 

Peggy Torzewski, Library assistant. 

Pat Turk, Security. 

Dennis Turkall, Math. 



Bill Von Benken, Chemistry, Advanced Placement 

Chemistry, Yearbook Advisor. 

Robert Walsmith, Algebra I, Algebra 1 Honors, 

Algebra II, H. S. Math I. 

Cheryl Warman, Academic Assistance. 

Connie Warman, Athletic Secretary. 



Dan Wensing, Math. 

Richard Wherley, Chemistry, High School 

Science, Science Olympic Team Advisor, Survey 

Advisor. 

Mary White, American History, World Cultures. 

Carol Williams, Business. 



Sally Pla getting ready for the day's assignments. 




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Mike Karabinus and Debra Long were all smiles during the Homecoming Dance. 



Adam Albano and Joe Sweet showing their opinion of what things 
will be like when they are seniors. 



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Underclass Divider 



Working Their Way Up 

Underclassmen work through the years 



to attain senior status 




Life as a freshmen in Euclid High 
School was new and exciting. The 
start of each day brought new expe- 
riences and knowledge. By the soph- 
omore year, being part of the crowd 
did not seem as important as becom- 
ing an indivdual. Finally, accus- 
tomed to the schedule and home- 
work, getting involved in school and 
social activities became easier and 
more rewarding. Then came junior 
year, the final step in preparation of 
becoming a senior. Half-way 
through the high school experience, 
a junior's sights were finally focused 
on graduation. All three years of be- 
ing an underclassmen were impor- 
tant in the molding of a superior se- 
nior class. -Ann Kelly 




Chris Mihalic looking forward to a good year. 



Holly Scott looking excited. 

Underclass Divider 



Jennifer Melnyk and Corrie Turkall having fun. 



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FRESHMEN 

Everything looks so big 
when you're a freshman 



The first thing freshmen thought 
as they entered Euclid High was how 
large and maze-like it seemed. The 
halls seemed to go on forever, there 
were so many rooms, so many stairs, 
and so many people. After a few 
days, however, they realized how 
simple finding their way around was 
and the rest of the year passed easily 
for most of them. Freshman year 
brought many new experiences. New 
friendships were made and old ones 
were strengthened. The most diffi- 
cult part of the freshman year 
seemed to be the demanding sched- 
ule, and increased homework. With 
the huge list of activities the school 
had to offer, the year could become 
fun and exciting. 

-Ann Kelly 




Carrie White, Abby Ayer and Stacey Meden discussing the best way to get from class to class. 




New for this year throughout the state of Ohio, were proficiency exams given to all freshmen. Here we see Mike Tomsic, Lillian Mazzei, Liesal Sacko, Julie Di- 
Bartolomeo and Tony Hren take theirs for the first time. 



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Freshmen 




Helen Abramovic 
Reid Abriani 
Donte Allen 
Marsha Appling 
Gregory Armaro 
Cynthia Arnold 



Staci Ashley 
Christine Avery 
Abby Ayer 
Beth Babcock 
Joseph Bailey III 
Phillip Baioni 



Darlene Baird 
Kristal Baker 
Timothy Banach 
Shaheena Barnes 
Carl Bartlett 
Jason Baylog 



Carrie Belavich 
Adonis Bell 
Benjamin Bergenstein 
Maria Bernardo 
Kimberly Bessire 
Karrie Bialko 



Brandon Biggom 
Derek Albright 
James Biggom 
Drazan Bilavcic 
Steve Bilyk 
Spencer Bingham 



Wakil Bingham 
Richard Birdsong 
Evand Birkett III 
Kimberly Bischof 
Stven Black 
Tanya Bobbs 



Isaac Bonner 
Johnny Booker 
Matthew Boos 
Joseph Boose 
Sharon Bowling 
Therese Boyarsky 



Fredreka Boykin 
Kevin Bremer 
Josip Brkic 
Timothy Brokaw 
Ernieliza Brown 
Lekiesha Brown 



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Sandra Brown 

Tyberous Brown 

Stephen Bruce 

Jonathan Buchner 

Erika Burdock 

Daniel Burke 



Bryan Buriess 

Daina Butkus 

Rayshawn Byrd 

Tamika Bailey 

Steven Caldwell 

Daneen Callahan 



Michael Caputo 

James Carey 

Patrick Carney 

Sandra Carrera 

Adam Carroll 

Ben Carroll 



Bridie Carroll 

Courtney Carroll 

Robert Castrovinci 

Allen Cervar 

Eugene Charles 

Patricia Chatman 



Russell Chinchar 

Sarah Chitwood 

Lydia Choi 

MaryAnn Christopher 

Charles Ciarlillo 

Anka Cindrie 



Zelko Cindrie 

Michael Cipo 

Nick Cirino 

Christopher Clark 

Isis Clark 

James Clarke 



Msia Clark 

Rikole Clark 

Tiffany Clark 

Shawn Clarkson 

Michael Cline 

Calli Ciomek 



Caroline Collins 

Tamika N Collins 

Damian Colon 

Christiann Conner 

Jonathan Cook 

Ralph Cosiano Jr 




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Patricia Cox 
Nancy Craig 
Jay Cudo 
Russell Cummings 
Margana Dane 
John David III 



Antonio Davis 
Dion Davis 
Michael Davis 
Lorene Davison 
Donald Dawson 
Tara Day 



Michael Debeljak 
Donald De Boe 
Laura Dengel 
Tiffany Dent 
Terri De Pancis 
Tracey De Pancis 



Daniel Derezic 
Khristina Deskins 
Julie Di Bartolomeo 
Christopher Di Biase 
Nicholas Dietz 
Victoria Doles 



Brian Dreis 
James Driscoll Jr 
Mark Drotleff 
Robert Drotleff 
Kristina Dugandzic 
Anthony Dulaney 



Suzanne Eckert 
Eric Ehrhardt 
Christine Eppich 
Maria Epps 
Janet Ervin 
Joseph Evans 



Gia Farone 
Kelly Felice 
Thomas Fenick 
Calvin Fisher Jr 
Tiffany Fisher 
Tanya Flick 



Michele Fogarty 
Thomas Fording 
Melonie Foree 
Lori Franklin 
Tara Frantz 
Heidi Fuhrman 



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Patrice Fuller 

Chad Gady 

Dana Gainer 

Patricia Galloway 

James Gammon 

Thomas Gannon 



Gerald Gasiewski 

Elizabeth Geddes 

Melissa Geiger 

Ebony George 

Anna Giancola 

Michael Gibaldi 



Tomeka Gibbs 
Theodis Giles III 

Robert Godina 
Paula Good 

Delon Gooden 
Michael Gorman 



Jeffrey Granito 

Melinda Gray 

Damian Grayes 

Brandon Gregory 

Sarah Grieshammer 

Jennifer Griffin 



Maria Jose Grillo 
Jennifer Grisard 
Susan Grywalski 
Angela Gudaitis 
Debra Gustafson 
Robert Guttu 



Steven Guttu 

Julianne Hadyk 

James Haffey 

Joshua Haffey 

Tamara Haines 

Carlos Hall 



Charles Hall 

Jerome Hall Jr 

Mario Hall 

Shellie Haralson 

Amber Harris 

Jennifer Harrison 



Erin Harsch 

Amanda Hartman 

Derek Hartman 

William Hartman III 

Andrea Haselbusch 

Mitchell Hawkins 




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Freshmen 




Jennifer Hejduk 
Albert Helcberger 
Amy Hendrickson 
Dina Henikman 
Susan Henry 
Robert Heramb 



Tiffany Hicks 
Gregory Higham 
Tiffany Highland 
Yvonne Hill 
Catherine Hillier 
Craig Hillier 



Mark Hlabse 
Anthony Hocevar 
Deshawn Hodge 
Annette Hollis 
Jason Holloman 
Robert Hoover 



Deanna Hoppert 
James Home 
Rashawn Howard 
Terry Howard 
Michael Howell 
Anthony Hren 



Nicole Hudspath 
Heather Hughes 
Kwanita Humbert 
Tilden Humphery 
Mike Hunt 
Charlea M Hutton 



Lisa Iannetta 
Valerie Irby 
Brian Isgro 
Deonna Ivey 
Nicole Jackson 
Jessica Jakimowicz 



Harvey Jarmen 
P Neal Jayne 
Ricky Jeffrey 
Kenneth Johnson 
Kevin Johnson 
Ralph Johnson 



Sandra Johnson 
Stacie Johnson 
Joshua Jones 
Temeka Jones 
William Jones 
Brandon Jonke 



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Brian Jordan 

Scott Jordan 

Peter Joyce 

Dennis Karaba 

Joseph Karabinus 

Shannon Keeney 



Sunny-Jim Kelley 

Erikka Kemp 

Christopher Kendricks 

Tyreal Kidd 

Molly Kilbane 

Chastity Kilgore 



Montoyia King 
David Klann 

Casey Kleckner 
Tawana Klee 
Karen Kollar 
John Komar 



Joseph Kracheck 

Denise Kukla 

Jeffrey Lapuh 

Christina Lawrence 

Eric Lawrence 

Corey Lederer 



Matthew Lemieux 

Joanne Leonardi 

Tameka Lewis 

Amy Lindic 

Jason Little 

Robert Lohn 



Rebecca Lovejoy 

James Loveless 

Shaun Lowery 

Mathew Lucas 

Makeya Lumpkin 

Kyle Lynch 



Christian Mahovlic 

Tamara Maines 

Stanley Makupson II 

Michael Malnar 

Damon Malone 

Stacy Mannarino 



Matthew Marek 

Bernardo Maria 

Melissa Marinelli 

Nathaniel Marron 

Tatiana Marteletti 

Kevis Martin 




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Freshmen 




Kicknice Martin 
Michelle Martin 
Thomas Massingill 
Charles Maxwell 
Patrick May 
Rhonda Maynard 



Maria Mazar 
Lillian Mazzei 
Altonio Mc Cants 
Kevin Mc Cartney 
Jason Mc Carver 
Dina Mc Closkey 



Angelo Mc Coy 
Jason Mc Creight 
Otha Mc Daniel 
Michael Mc Duffie 
Sharon Mc Ewen 
Sean Mc Guckin 



Christopher Mc Kay 
Justin Mc Kee 
Jewvon Mc Michael 
Michael Mc Millan 
Michael Mc Neill 
Stacey Meden 



Tina Medved 
John Melaragno 
Tina Michael 
Daniel Mihalic 
Kristen Mihalic 
Danielle Milinski 



Cecilia Miller 
Jane Miller 
Brent Mingle 
Courtney Miranda 
Ray Mominey 
Bradford Monroe 



Davvie Moore 
Debra Moore 
Thomas Moore 
Carrie Morris 
Brandon Motzer 
Shawn Mowell 



Brian Mover 
Kelly Moyer 
John Mueller 
Joanne Mullen 
Nicole Munici 
Elizabeth Muzinic 



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Melissa Nagode 

Claudine Nastasi 

Sarah Nehrig 

Eric Newsom 

Stephen Nicolosi 

Shaunda Niemann 



Kimberly Niksick 

Adam Norris 

William Norton 

Mary Nosan 

James Nowosielski 

Michael Nugent 



Martin O'Neill 
Matthew Orgovan 
Helen Oroz 
Marie Ortman 
Andy Padavick 
April Padavick 



Sherry Padavick 

Despina Pagonis 

Nicholas Papo 

Ericka Papp 

Cara Parise 

Linell Parries 



William Parsons 

Sarah Payne 

Chamika Peacock 

Pepe Pearson 

Joshua Pelz 

Peter Perez 



Joseph Perry 

Lynnette Perry 

Matthew Peters 

Michelle Petsche 

Devanie Pfahl 

Scott Pfeifer 



Alphonzo Phillips Jr. 

Nathaniel Phillips II 

Nicole Phillips 

Tara Phillips 

Justin Pierce 

James Pikus 



Dawn Piotrowski 

Debbie Podmore 

Jason Pope 

Anthony Powell 

Lisa Primosch 

Joshua Proctor 




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Freshmen 




Nino Prodan 
Morio Prude 
Mary Quirarte 
Kacie Ray 
Willie Reed 
James Reksten 



David Renftle 
Wyley Richardson 
Scott Ridings 
Michael Riha 
Jason Roberts 
Wilson Rogers Jr. 



Tony Rozic 
Kevin Rusack 
Kyle Russ 
Michael Russo 
Liesel Sacko 
Steven Sager 



Rebecca Sakatch 
Alicia Salvatore 
Jason Samsa 
Michael Sanders 
Lauren Sarpolis 
Heather Scaife 



Robert Schauer 
Kevin Schill 
Jennifer Schilling 
Terese Schneider 
Kimberly Schultz 
Tammi Schultz 



Samuel Schwan 
Samuel Seawright 
Gary Senger 
Christina Sergo 
Patricia Sheck 
Abbey Shelley 



Rebecca Shrader 
Dorian Shy 
Gregory Simmons 
Nicole Skuly 
Charles Smialek 
Brandon Smith 



Donovan Smith 
Erin Smith 
Tara Smith 
Antoine Snowden 
Heather Soutar 
Zachary Spencer 



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Anthony Springer 
Lisabeth Steele 
Michael Stepic 
Kevin Sterrick 
Vanya Stewart 
Mark Stillings 



Aaron Stocum 

Floyd Strong 

Michelle Suchy 

Anthony Sustarsic 

Luciana Sylvia 

Emma Ludvik 



Irena Ludvik 

Ebony S Taylor 

Joseph Tekavec 

Ernest Telford 

Bobby Thomas 

Bruce Thomas 



Renee Thomas 

Andrew Thompson 

Gerri Thornburg 

Anitra D Thurman 

Steven Tingley 

Brian Tomazic 



Mark Tome 

Michael Tomsic 

Douglas Torzewski 

Brian Toth 

Dawn Trebec 

Kevin Troy 



Naja Tucker 

Joanne Turek 

Michael Turk 

Kevin Tyree 

Leann Uchbar 

Heather Upton 



Adam Van Ho 

Brian Vargo 

Steven Vaslavsky 

Tammi Vicic 

Gretchen Vogel 

Amy Von Sick 



William Vuyancih 

Chris Vucic 

David Wagner 

Jeanette Wagner 

William Wagner 

Jaime Wakkila 




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Freshmen 




Michael Walczak 
Rrebecca Waller 
Rickie Walters 
Raquel Ware 
Brent Warren 
Adam Weber 



Margaret Wein 
Jacquelyn Welsh 
Ronald Wenderoth 
Carrie White 
Tamika White 
Shelina Whitmore 



Jeffrey Whittaker 
Andrea Williams 
Michael Williams 
Rashaan Williams 
Bruce Willingham 
Steven Williams 



James Willis 
Amy Wilson 
Tenia Wilson 
Martin Witczak 
Nichole Witten 
Jason Woide 



Adrienne Wolenski 
Kenya Worthington 
Damon Wright 
Denis Zaharija 
Stephen Zahursky 
Melissa Zahtila 



Christine Zakrajsek 
Catherine Zalar 
Michelle Zana 
James Zdesar 
David Zupancic 




Left: Members of the 
freshman class 
standing in line for 
lunch on their first 
day of school when 
they had a shortened 
schedule. 

Julianne Hadyk and 
Lisa Steele seem to 
be enjoying their 
freshman year. 




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115 



SOPHOMORES 



Long gone were the days of walking 
aimlessly through the halls trying to find 
your classroom. Also gone were the prob- 
lems associated with trying to get your 
supplies organized in your locker so you 
could get to the correct class with the 
needed materials. Most had grown past 
the immaturity of their freshman year and 
entered into their sophomore year with 
high expectations for a successful high 
school career. This was the year to find 
your identity. Some sophomores were able 
to get their drivers license but most still 
had to rely on others to get them around. 
It got some closer, however, to breaking 
free from the bonds of immobility. 

The sophomore year was one of great 
change in a person's high school career. 
Students were trying to find their identi- 
ties. They were still friendly with most of 
their peers since they had not yet devel- 
oped the maturity of juniors. Peer pressure 
to conform, however, weighed heavily on 
them. 

-Jennie Ayers 




Greg Cherne and Jenny Dineen happy since they were able to get to class on time and they are ready to work. 



Olympia Christides learning how to get into her gym 
locker. 



Maria D'Amico sitting in her seat waiting for class to 
begin. 



Jennifer Harrison and Keyonna Dominique finding 
their way through the halls trying to get to their class. 




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Kelly Adams 
Kristen Akos 
Christopher Alexander 
Jae Amos 
Gregory Aquilano 
Louis Armaro 



Joyce Ashman 
Tonia Ashurst 
Lisa Aspinwall 
Christopher Atlas 
Roxanne Babic 
Matthew Baer 



Kelvin Bailey 
Kelly Bartel 
Robyn Barwidi 
Gregory Bauer 
Rebecca Bechtel 
Joana Behrens 



Tara Behun 
Anthony Beletic 
De Launda Benjamin 
Jennifer Berry 
James Biggom 
Lamicca Blackwell 



Stephen Blake 
Jeri Anne Bleigh 
Joshua Boncha 
John Booker 
Michael Boyce 
A Chyrese Boyd 



Linda Bradley 
Chawn Brent 
Tiffany Bridges 
Jennifer Brizes 
Katherine Brodzinski 
James Bucknot 



Christine Bunn 
John Burnette 
Michael Burns 
Brian Bush 
Virginia Bush 
Monica Cable 



Catherine Caine 
Cynthia Caldwell 
Garry Caldwell 
Daymond Callahan 
Eric Cantini 
Eric Carlson 



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Daniel Carlton 

Bridie Carroll 

Michael Cating 

Nancy Certic 

Christine Cesa 

Gregory Cherne 



Rachel Chitwood 
Mark Chmielewski 
Shannon Chrestoff 

Shannon Christen 
Olympia Christides 

John Cimperman 



Carrie Clark 

Quasheba Cleveland 

David Coleman 

Liam Collins 

Gregory Comiskey 

Casey Cool 



Scott Cooper 

Evanthia Corfias 

Mario Covic 

Selenea Cox 

Calvin Crutchfield 

Dodie Cunningham 



Carol Dacar 

Jennifer Daly 

Maria D'Amico 

Matthew Davis 

Damon De Andrade 

Mark Del Monte 



Christine Dennick 

Andrew Derezic 

Michelle Derganc 

Kevin Dietz 

Jennifer Dineen 

Keyonna Dominique 



Christopher Donato 

Peter Dornai 

Erika Drake 

De Moulh Dudley 

Sakina Dudley 

Michael Duke 



Chad Dulla 

Wendy Durket 

Loro Dushaj 

Eric Dysart 

Gerald Echon 

Andrew Ehrhardt 




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Sophomores 



L001 Black Inventions 

Assembly exposes students to some of the 



contributions of black Americans 




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THE CLASS OF 

1991 

BEST WISHES 

AND 
GOOD LUCK 



Cast members portray- 
ing what life would be 
like without some black 
inventions. 



On October 30, during the second peri- 
od, Euclid students were able to attend an 
assembly put on by a national theatrical 
company entitled "1001 Black Inven- 
tions". It consisted of four men and a 
woman who tried to show Euclid students 
some of the accomplishments that mem- 
bers of the black community have made to 
American history. They performed several 
skits showing the inventor's lives and how 
they changed the lives of everyone around 
them and the hardships they had to 
endure. 

Some of the inventions that were por- 
trayed in the assembly were the fire extin- 
guisher, the machine for attaching soles to 
shoes and the many products that George 
Washington Carver was able to make from 
the simple peanut. 



Melissa Powalie and Christie Gallon 


seem embarassed that they did not know 


about the many inventions that black Americans have made. 








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Standardized Tests 



Students have to be concerned with these 



Tests are an integral part of the life of any student. This school 
year proposed some new requirements for the future graduating 
classes, regarding not only graduation stipulations, but also with 
respect to the S.A.T., the standardized test many of those plan- 
ning on attending college will take. Beginning with the Class of 
1994, students will be required to take proficiency tests to deter- 
mine the type of diploma a student will receive. Also beginning 
with the Class of 1994, the College Board has decided to upgrade 
its version of the S.A.T. to include an essay to provide a more 
accurate way of evaluating the student's ability in the written 
language, and gives the student a more viable means to express 
himself. The new S.A.T. will also include less multiple choice 
questions in order to better test the understanding of the student. 
For some students, college is the next step in furthering their 
education, and these tests are but one of the many obstacles they 
will encounter. All of these standardized tests, among which 
include the S.A.T., the A.C.T. and the P. S.A.T., are indeed very 
challenging to the students, and they provide some beneficial 
insights into what lies ahead in the future. 

-Carla Matiaska 




Lillian Mazzie and Julie DiBarto- 
lomeo know that they have to get 
lots of nourishment if they are go- 
ing to do well on their standardized 
tests. 




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Tosha Elliott 
Jean Enneper 
Mladen Erak 
Keith Eubank 
Stacie Evans 
Shannon Farrell 



Shaquita Farrow 
Alice Ferenac 
Matthew Fifolt 
Brian Francetic 
Stacey Frand 
Mark Fuduric 



Christian Furlong 
Hakesia Gadson 
Quanita Gage 
Christie Gallon 
Timothy Gannon 
Mosadi-Rra Garner 



Gerald Gasiewski 
Lisa Gavin 
Adam Gerdes 
Kirk Gilbert 
Ted Giles 
Christy Gochneaur 



Ikeira Gray 
Eric Green 
Rubin Green 
Thomas Gugliotta 
Stacy Gustafson 
Jason Gustetic 



Barbara Hadey 
Keely Hall 
Jacqueline Hamilton 
Lesley Hamilton 
Eileen Hannan 
David Harmon 



Tamara Harmon 
Alfred Harper Jr 
Regina Harper 
Larry Harris Jr 
Tremaine Harris 
Derek Harsh 



Gregory Hart 
Paul Hartson 
Dawn Hausen 
Michael Hawthorne 
Monique Hayes 
April Haynes 



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Ericka Head 

Scott Herbert 

Amy Heuer 

Miriam Hohs 

Brian Holland 

Jodi Holny 



Robert Hutson 

Lisa Hytrosevich 

Monte Jackson 

Dawn Jerele 

Raeshuan Jernigan 

Lanesha Johnson 



Lillian Johnson 
Amont Jones 
Ayonna Jones 

Demetria Jones 
Robbin Jones 
Shantai Jones 



Angela Jorz 

Benjamin Juengel 

Monique Jurgensen 

Konstantina Kadras 

David Kale 

Caroline Kane 



Fred Karaba 

Mike Kelly 

Anne King 

Kim Kinkoph 

Lynda Knistautas 

John Kobe 



Daniel Kohler 

Stephanie Knirnschild 

David Korb 

Karly Kovac 

Mark Kovacevich 

Jeffery Kristoff 



Michelle Kusa 

Mark Kwiatkowski 

Kevin Granito 

Stacy La China 

Jimmie Lake Jr. 

Jeremy Lange 



Matthew Lanzaretta 

Michael Lee 

Robert Lemiex 

Shu-Hui Lin 

Susan Lishing 

Patrick Longbrake Jr. 




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Model train show comes to EHS 




Spectators crowded the E-Room to get a chance to see the memorabilia that was on display. 



Eating enables students 
to grow and think. 



For the past several years the atten- 
dance at Euclid's informal dances has 
been decreasing. Because of this Student 
Council has had to try to find other means 
of raising money for the Senior Prom. This 
year a Model Train Show was held on 
November 1 1 and again on February 3 in 
the E-Room. These shows were put on by 
professional promoters who sponsor them 
throughout the area. They consist of many 
working layouts and many vendors who 
were willing to sell or trade model railroad 
equipment. It attracted Euclid students 
and faculty, as well as people throughout 
the community, thanks to the advertise- 
ment in the local papers. Key Club also 
sponsored a Pancake and Sausage Break- 
fast during the train show so people could 
eat and then go to the show. Because the 
Train show was a success, it will probably 
return to Euclid in future years. 

-Rebecca Karnak 




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Sophomores 



123 



Much Needed Repairs 

Many renovation projects started 
with passage of bond levy 



This year saw the arrival of many changes in and about Euclid 
High School! The most evident being the renovation of the stadi- 
um, new ventilation systems in the boy's and girl's pools, the 
replacement of the girl's pool roof, and the repaving of areas 
surrounding the school. The improvements also included much 
needed repairs to the heating system and the school building in 
general. While many of the planned repairs have already been 
completed, many more still lay on the horizion; such as replace- 
ment of the entire roof, removal of the greenhouse to cure chronic 
leaking in the planitarium and little theater, and measures to 
check the E-room's sinking. 

These and other changes were made possible by the passage of 
a bond levy in May of 1990. Hopefully, these and other recent 
improvements will initiate a future trend of superior maintain- 
ence thoughout the Euclid Schools. 

-Ed Galosi 




With the new dehumidifier installed in 
the boy's and girl's pools there should 
be less damage to the paint and walls. 



Michael Karabinus and Debra Long 
enjoy the Homecoming dance which 
was held in the E-room after its ceiling 
had been sealed because of asbestos. 




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124 



Sophomores 




Michael Lu 
April Luikart 
Amanda Luke 
Brian Macleod 
Cari Majercik 
Jozefina Mance 



Brian Mann 
Ellen Mansperger 
Carla Marcelli 
Jane Marchuk 
Samuel Marchuk 
Melissa Marinelli 



Kelly Marunowski 
Anthony Marusic 
Jennifer Masek 
James Masterson 
Margaret Mauer 
Carl Mc Coy 



Joseph Mc Crone 
Shannon Mc Duffie 
Michael Mc Guinness 
Jewvon Mc Michael 
Dawn Medved 
Gary Meeks 



Danno Meros 
Maureen Meyers 
Meredith Mihalic 
Christine Minich 
Paul Miocic 
Monesha Mitchell 



Christie Mlac 
Patricia Mogyorody 
Julie Montagner 
Priest Moore 
Jennifer Moorman 
Herb Morris 



Hallie Morrison 
Martin Moushey 
James Murray 
Wendy Myles 
Raymond Morris 
Lisa Mytrosevich 



Erika Nagy 
Michael Nagy 
Shawn Neal 
Jolie Negrelli 
Andrew Newsome 
Laura Nickell 



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John Nolan 

Christopher Norton 

Kenneth Novak 

Silvia Orsulic 

Carrie Ostrander 

Melissa Parey 



Katherine Patterson 

Damon Patton 

Julie Pekol 

Theresa Penny 

Bryan Peoples 

Raymond Perme 



Christopher Perovsek 

Jason Petrasko 

Kari Petrik 

Brian Petrowski 

Michael Petterson 

Jennifer Picozzi 



Lakesha Pierce 

Rachel Pikus 

David Podmore 

Tameka Pollard 

Ginger Pomiecko 

Sean Popovic 



Angelina Popp 

Melissa Powalie 

Timothy Powell 

James Puglia 

F. Jason Pursley 

Nakia Ransaw 



Michael Ray 

Richard Reed 

Robert Reichert 

Adam Reichman 

La Sondra Richardson 

Wendy Richmond 



Michael Riha 

Akilah Robinson 

James Rogers 

Mate Rogonjic 

Robert Roll 

Kenneth Rose 



Eric Roth 

Paul Roth 

Amanda Rowe 

Melissa Rychlik 

Kimberly Sabel 

Andrew Sadler 




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Getting To Know You 

Parent-Teacher conferences give a chance 
for parents to see their child's progress 



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Mr. Gooding discusses 
the progress of one of his 
students with their 
parents. 



Mr. Soltesz takes time to 
talk with some students 
during one of the less 
busy times during the 
conferences. 



On October 10 and 11, and again on 
February 1 and 2 Parent-Teacher confer- 
ences were held. These gave parents an 
opportunity to talk individually with their 
child's teachers and to get an idea of how 
their child was progressing in their classes. 
The first conference was held midway 
through the first grading period so the par- 
ents could be made aware of any impend- 
ing problems that their child may be hav- 
ing. A problem with having the conference 
so early in the school year was that the 
students had not yet settled down into the 
routine of school yet and they were not 
well known to their teachers. The second 
conference was held after the second quar- 
ter was over so the students were half-way 
through the school year. By this time the 
students were well established in their 
classes but their final grade could still be 
altered by their performance during the 
final grading periods. Most teachers and 
parents felt that the conferences were an 
ideal way to improve communication be- 
tween the school and home environments. 




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127 



Joseph Salopek 

Michael Salvano 

James Sas 

Lauren Scheurman 

Jennifer Schultz 

Sandra Schwan 



Edward Sedmak 

Victor Seper 

James Shamp 

Bryan Shantery 

Ted Shepherd 

Anthony Shields 



Matthew Sholtis 
Deshaun Short 
Todd Shuskey 
Ronald Siedler 

Jennifer Simenc 
Keri Simon 



Nathan Siplock 

Suzanne Skrab 

Holly Slaybaugh 

Elizabeth Slogar 

Jeffrey Smith 

Latonya Smith 



Michelle Sneperger 

Maria Spada 

Derrick Sparks 

Ramon Starling 

Bonnie Struna 

Angela Sustarsic 



Mark Swan 

Sylvia Swanson 

Kimberly Swearingen 

Vincent Sztul 

Jill Taplin 

Mark Taylor 



Ramona Taylor 

Samuel Taylor 

Shawn Thomas 

Darryl L Thompson 

Rebecca Thompson 

Shawn Thompson 



James Timm 
James Timmons 




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Timera Timmons 
Zeljko Tolo 
Frank Tomaro 
Monica Tomazic 
Aundray Toney 
Michael Toth 



Jumal Trice 
Scott Trimmer 
Angela Trzcinski 
Julie Tucci 
Shawn Tucker 
Linda Turchik 



Su Yong U 
Cynthia Ujcich 
Gabrielle Ursich 
Steven Vaccarino 
Ivica Valentic 
Timothy Vancura 



Davong Vannarath 
Kimberly Veedmont 
Denice Virant 
Bryan Walczak 
Kristana Walden 
Jody Wallette 



Kathleen Walsh 
Kimberly Walter 
Melanie Wargo 
Mary Wein 
Robert Welch 
Danita Wells 



John Wheeler 
Kenya White 
Anton Williams 
Donell Williams 
Monica Williams 
Richard Willrich 



Melissa Wilson 
Wayne Wilson 
Michelle Witt 
Jeremy Wojdak 
Jennifer Wolchko 
Jennifer Wolenski 



Jerry Woods Jr. 
Toni Marie Yafanaro 
Kathleen Young 
Anita Zajec 
Mariana Zdrilic 
Christine Zivnoska 



Sophomores 



129 



JUNIORS 




Seona Latine thinking about her junior year. 



Renee Walton thinking about her junior year. 



Junior year was full of decisions thai 
had to be made, not only about the senioi 
schedule but college decisions as well 
Taking the PSAT to prepare for the SA1 
was only one task that had to be accom- 
plished. Other hard decisions toward a fasl 
moving future were pressing on a junior's 
shoulders but this wasn't all that was im- 
portant about junior year. The fact thai 
most juniors had their drivers license 
meant that they gained some indepen- 
dence and freedom from their parents. Ju- 
niors were also able to form more lastin| 
relationships with members of the opposite 
sex. 

-Corri Turkal; 




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Juniors 




Michelle Abshire 
Adam Albano 
Myisha Alexander 
John Apuzzio 
John Arlesic 
Wiliam Aube 



Amy Ayer 
Jennie Ayers 
Thomas Babb 
Bryan Bachelor 
Christopher Bailey 
David Baioni 



James Ball 
Dannielle Bamm 
Shelley Banning 
Gustavo Banzatto 
Stephen Barstow 
Davera Beard 



Ted Bechtel 
Michael Beck 
Edward Beder 
Jody Behun 
Brian Bell 
Nikki Bell 



Tomas Berzinskas 
Kamel Bey 
Derrick Bibbs 
Gregory Bitner 
Edward Bizay 
Juliet Blackford 



Lonzelle Booker 
Shamarr Borden 
Brian Bowers 
Rosalind Bowie 
Sherita Bowling 
Nancy Boyce 



Benjie Boyd 
Jennean Boykin 
Chharles Brooks 
Darrell Brooks 
Donjuanna Brown 
Stacey Brown 



Anthony Bruketa 
Nicholas Burdock 
Kay Burdy 
Bridget Burich 
Saulius Butkus 
David Caldwell 



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131 



Fernando Campora 
Renato Campora 
Joseph Capuozzo 
Christine Carlton 
Jacquelyn Chambers 
Donaze Chatman 



Nay Nay Chisholm 

Stephanie Christopher 

Mark Cickavage 

Shaun Clark 

Vernetta Coffer 

Angela Collins 



Angelique Colon 
Stacey Colonna 
Anthony Congin 
Danielle Coulter 
Thandeka Cox 
Nicole Crawford 



Dawn Crosby 

Anthony Cucanich 

Damen Cummings 

Ronald Cunningham Jr 

Tessa Cunningham 

David Cupar 



Amy Curry 

Michael Curtis 

Thomas Cutwright 

William Cvelbar 

Tiffany Dallas 

Regina Dancy 



Matthew Dane 

Kenneth Davis 

Harold De Boe 

Irene Dejak 

Anne Dekol 

Jennifer Dell 



John Dengel 

Tiffeney Dennis 

Michael Di Bartolomeo 

Samuel Di Bartolomeo 

Nicole T Dickerson 

Jennifer Dietz 



John Di Pasquale 

Angela Dixon 

Dennis Dixon 

Stewart Doboze 

Ronald Dodge 

John Dombrowski 




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Juniors 



Wall Come Tumbling Down 



Germany reunited after five decades 




Jay Dee 
Cleaners 

878 East 222nd St. 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

731-7060 



On October 3, 1990 an historical event 
occurred. This was the reunification of 
East and West Germany after being sepa- 
rated for almost fifty years. The last cou- 
ple of years have seen many changes in 
Europe and the Soviet Union. The Berlin 
Wall was officially breached on Septem- 
ber 11, 1989 which was the first step that 
led to German reunification. 

This year Euclid High School had two 
foreign exchange students from Germany. 
They were Solvy Mayr and Veronika 
Schnell. Solvy explained some of the prob- 
lems that would go with the German 
reunification. 

Even though the two countries were 
once part of the same they changed drasti- 
cally during the years after the division. 
West Germany developed into one of the 
strongest economies in the world with little 
unemployment while East Germany's 
economy, being communistic, deteriorated 
into a very weak one that was plagued with 
problems such as unemployment and food 
shortages. The West German industrial 
complex had developed to compete in the 
world while the East German industry was 
left to languish pollution and decay. West 
Germany was a clean, healthy place while East Germany was a 
dirty, polluted place ravaged by the Russian soldiers that were 
occupying it. 

German reunification was not an easy task. The German peo- 
ple would be faced with higher taxes to pay for the changes that 
had to be made in the East. There were shortages of many 
essential goods. The Germans had a tough way to get back to 
where they would have a truly reunited country. But at least is 
was a beginning. 



German Foreign Ex- 
change Student, Solvy 
Mayr and her laboratory 
partner, Juliet Blackford 
working hard in chemis- 
try lab. 




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133 



Requirements Changing 



Freshmen faced with more stringent 

graduation requirements 



Well juniors, the tide has turned and the 
luck has come your way. While you just 
had to worry about graduating, the fresh- 
men must worry not only about graduat- 
ing, what kind of diploma they'll get and 
the fact that they'll need additional credits 
in order to graduate. 

Beginning with the class of 1994 there 
will be more than one kind of diploma that 
will be awarded. One of these will be the 
'Award of Merit'. 

To qualify for the 'Award of Merit'(part 
of the Diploma of Commendation) the fol- 
lowing minimum requirements must be 
filled: 4 units of English, 3 units of math 
(including 1 algebra and 1 geometry), 3 



units of science (including 2 units from 
biology, chemistry or physics), 3 units of 
Social Studies (including 2 units of history 
and one half unit of civics or government) 
and 3 units of Foreign Language. They 
also need 2 units from one of the following 
or from the above courses: business, com- 
puter science, visual or performing arts. 

If students are involved in a Vocational 
Curriculum they must complete a voca- 
tional preparation program along with the 
college preparatory requirements for: En- 
glish, math, science, social studies and two 
additional units from business, computer 
science, Foreign Language or a visual or 
performing art. 



Maintaining above average attendance 
for grades nine through twelve and earning 
the equivalent of an overall g.p.a. of 3.25 
on a five point scale are also primary crite- 
ria for all the students. Participation in 
community and school activities and dem- 
onstrating outstanding citizenship traits 
must also be established. 

Only the top students will be able to 
qualify for the 'Award of Merit' diploma. 
Most will get the more traditional diplo- 
ma. The high school diploma is becoming 
a more complex item in the future. 

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Juniors 




James Dorazio 
Renee Douglas 
Michael Duchon 
Brian Dunmire 
Dana Duran 
Mickelle Dwyer 



Katie Ells 
Christopher Emrich 
William Eppich 
Karin Esch 
Matthew Faulisi 
Michelle J Ferrato 



Jennifer Fetkovich 
Kimberly Florian 
Brett Flowers 
Kevin Flynt 
Christin Fogarty 
Amora Francis 



Ivan Franic 
Natalie Franic 
Christina Gaeta 
Kristen Gajowski 
Edward Galosi 
Robert Galosi 



Tabitha Gamble 
Amy Garbincus 
Dorian Gardner 
Max Gast 
Audrey Gboney 
Yvonne Gboney 



Tadas Gelazis 
Renee Gembarski 
Lynn Gessler 
Linda Giancola 
Joseph Gibaldi 
Shanel Gibson 



Erica Glover 
Joseph Godina 
Joseph Gojevic 
Kristen Golinar 
Marcos Gomez 
Meghan Gorman 



Heather Graffius 
Samantha Graves 
Scott Gray 
Angelissa Grayer 
Roshawn D Greer 
David Grice 



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135 



Danelle Griffiths 

Pamela Grisard 

Dan Grisez 

Jeffrey Grossman 

Janelle Groves 

John Gugliotta 



Timothy Haggerty 

Tona Haile 

Karen Hall 

Kirk Hammet 

Robert Harris 

Semika Harris 



Wendy Harris 

Marganna Hartman 

Tamara Hausen 

Rachael Hayes 

Alana Haynes 

Gretchen Heck 



Christina Herbert 

Marrico Herman 

Lehendro Hill 

Jennifer Hiser 

Danielle Hocevar 

Karen Hochschild 



Kelly Hodder 

Kenyadus Hollins 

Latrice Holloway 

Carlita Horton 

Dawn Howard 

Janet Huddleston 



Kirk Israel 

Devan Jackson 

Susan Jakopanec 

William Jerin 

Don Johnson 

Renee Johnson 



Stacy Jolly 

Arthur Jones 

LaShaunda Jones 

Julie Juratic 

Susan Juratovac 

Jeffrey Kaleal 



Kyle Kalinowski 

Michael Karabinus 

Laurie Kausek 

Lynn Keaveney 

Anthony Keffer 

Kelly Kekic 




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WISHING 

THE CLASS OF 
1990 

A PROSPEROUS 
LIFE 



It was during the Bed- 
ford football that the 
majorettes began their 
twirl-a-thon. Here, Lisa 
Riedel, Michelle Pleve- 
lich, Christine Zivnoska, 
and Windi Wojdak an- 
nounce the event to the 
fans at the game. 



On October 19-20, 1990 the Euclid 
High Majorettes twirled 24 hours straight. 
They took turns twirling for 15 minute 
intervals. They did this to help raise money 
to go to San Diego, California during the 
Winter break. They were chosen to go 
there during the summer when they were 
at majorette camp. They were the only 
squad at the camp to have all their major- 
ettes chosen to participate. It was one 
thing to be chosen and another thing to get 
there. That took money, lots of it. In doing 
the twirl-a-thon they raised over $2000 
which helped them pay for a substantial 
part of the trip. 

They had a wonderful time on their trip 
and met many wonderful people. They 
really appreciated all the people who 
helped them with monetary donations and 
all the other kinds of help. 

-Stacey Brown 




Denise Riedel showing lots of spirit at the beginning of the twirl-a-thon. 



Juniors 



137 



A 'Spark' Dies Out 

Former Superintendent of Schools 

passes away 



The former superintendent of Euclid Schools, 
Spartoco 'Sparky' DiBiasio passed away on Sepe- 
tember 12, 1990 at his North Carolina home at the 
age of 72. Memorial services were held on October 
20 at the East Shore United Methodist Church in 
Euclid. 

As superintendent from 1968-1975, it was said 
the DiBiasio was "willing to listen to all points of 
view" and "took time to learn about the issues" at 
hand. He was commended by many as being a 
warm, personal individual who was active in reli- 
gious, social and civic organizations. 

DeBiasio served 35 years as a football coach, 
teacher, principal and superintendent before retir- 
ing in 1975. The Euclid High School Stadium car- 
ries the name of this fine gentleman. 
(Information for this story was found in the Octo- 
ber 11, 1990 issue of the News Herald.) 

-Rebecca Karnak 

Twin Valu 




A good teacher can make a lasting impression on a young person and influence their life. 




\ oodLuck 

Best Wishes, 
Graduates. 

TWIN WVALU 

You've never 
seen a store 
like this! 



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Juniors 




Lisa Kekic 
Devin Kelley 
Matthew Killion 
Joon Kim 
David Kimball 
Monolito King 



Michael Kmetz 
Dustin Kocina 
Paul Kostansek 
Cory Kouns 
Jeffrey Kowalski 
Robert Kramer 



Anthony Kucaric 
Candace Kucinski 
Joseph Kugel 
Colleen Lanzaretta 
Seona Latine 
Darrell Lausche 



Sahara Lovey Lawrrence 

Dionne Lawson 

Paul Lech 

Joseph Leonardi 

Joy Lewin 

Stephen Lindsey 



Debra Long 
Nicole Lott 
Kristen Loveless 
Candi Lukat 
Kimberly Lyle 
Michele Lynn 



Mike Mannarino 
Melissa Marchuk 
Shannon Marek 
Tracy Marincek 
Oliver Markon 
Terri Mason 



De Vonna Mauldin 
Solvy Mayr 
Kelly Mc Candless 
Michael Mc Dougall 
Erica Mc Duffie 
Deliska Mc Ghee 



Martin Mc Grath 
Danielle Mc Groder 
Angela Mc Kean 
Mary Mc Namara 
Chantelle Medves 
Jennifer Melnyk 



Juniors 



139 



Anthony Merrit 

Lydia Mikulcic 

Anthony Minnillo 

Donovan Mitchell 

Michael Mitchell 

Heather Mock 



Rebecca Molakakis 

Denise Moore 

Elizabeth Moster 

Terrence Moultry 

Angelina Munici 

Kathy Muscarella 



Damien Myers 

Darryl Nash 

Sherry Nemerovsky 

Rachel Norton 

Lawrence Nosse 

Leah Nowak 



Joseph Nowosielski 

Colleen Nugent 

Noreen Nugent 

Jack Nykiel 

Reggie Obeng 

Michelle Oboczky 



Susan Pae 

James Paolucci 

Marc Parker 

Shane Parrino 

Manishbhai Patel 

Anne Pekol 



Tequila Pennington 

Nicholas Perry 

Jeffrey Pesek 

Tracy Petkovic 

Benjamin Pfahl 

Jason Phillis 



Karen Phipps 

Dan Pike 

Christina Pinzarroni 

Jacqueline Piscitello 

Michelle Plevelich 

Kelvin Posey 



Steve Powell 

Angela M Pritchett 

Joseph Pupo 

Karen Radachy 

Marija Raguz 

Amy Ransdell 




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Juniors 



Get The Point? 



Student Council helps Red cross 



by sponsoring annual blood drive 





Kimberly Taylor discovering that it doesn't hurt to give blood 



Euclid's Student Council sponsored its 
annual Blood Drive on Wednesday, De- 
cember 5. This year the drive collected 
seventy pints of blood, mostly, from the 
students. In order for a student to give 
blood, they must be eighteen years old or 
seventeen years old with parental consent. 
Blood donation was very beneficial to the 
students, since they were able to get out of 
one of their class periods. They learned 
many of the facts about giving blood, such 
as there is little pain involved and one 
cannot get diseases from giving blood. It 
was a nice habit to get into which prepared 
them for the future. 

-Jeff Kaleal 




Mil 




Michelle Wagner giving her best 



Jozelia Grace and Lattice Bell are experiencing one of the 
most enjoyable parts of giving blood which is munching out 
on the cookies and juice. 



Seniors 



141 



Michelle Reed 

Richard Reed 

Angela Relliford 

Katherine Rhodes 

Leslie Richards 

Olympia Richards 



Anjanette Richardson 
Terry Richart 
Denise Riedel 
Debrah Risko 
Kimberly Ritz 
Frances Rivera 



Hope Robinson 

Rachel Rosberg 

Leon Rozic 

Ann Ruggeri 

Paul Runza 

Joseph Sage 



Jonathan Sajetowski 

Joseph Sakatch 

Mamie Salupo 

Joshua Samas 

Gaby Sandia 

Kristen Sarpolis 



Robert Savchuk 

Keith Scheurman 

Deana Schiavoni 

Robert Schmeling 

Kim Schmidt 

Kathleen Schoen 



Richard Schoval 

Holly Scott 

Tom Sedmak 

Denyel Sfura 

Darshi Shah 

Patricia Shady 



Thomas Shea 

Daniel Shimko 

Monica Shine 

Phillip Sillia Jr 

Marko Simic 

Joyce Simmons 



Andre Sims 
Dionne Sims 
Steven Sirk 
Anna Skrtic 
Jill Slattery 
Emily Smayda 




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Juniors 




Nelleeta S Smith 
Stephen Snitzky 
Sean Socha 
Frank Soltesz 
Christian Somrak 
Gregory Sonnhalter 



Richard Soprek 
Dominic Soric 
Jennifer Spayda 
Samantha Spencer 
Catherine Spiegel 
Robin Staples 



Adrienne Strukel 
Holly Struna 
Angela Stryjewski 
Christine Subel 
Heather Swan 
Joe Sweet 



Peter Swyt 
Nicole Taysom 
Tracy Tekavec 
Anthony Terlizzi 
Michael Thomas 
Thomas Spencer 



Frederick Thompson 
Kathryn Tillinghast 
Megan Tobin 
Nehvon Tolbert 
Mark Tomsic 
Nicole Toth 



Jonathan Travolta 
Wendy Turk 
Corrine Turkall 
Kadohi Uchida 
Jennifer Van Ness 
Daniel Vega 



Michelle Voll 
Nicholas Vunderink 
John Vuyancih 
Anthony Walker Jr 
Rhoan Wallace 
Sheena Wallace 



Cheryl Waller 
Karrie Waltermire 
Cherie Walters 
Renee Walton 
Eric Wandersleben 
Wendy Wang 



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Damon Ware 

Kimberly Warik 

Natecia N Washington 

Terry Watkins 

Cynthia Welsh 

Teresa West 



Lawanda White 

Nichole White 

Vanessa White 

Kimberly Whiteman 

Dranoel Wilkerson 

Gregory Williams 



Juan Williams 

Steve Williams 

Grady Wilson 

Alaster Winston 

Michael Witczak 

Richard Wolf 



Steven Workman 

Anthony Yanni 

Robert Yoe 

Nathan Young 

Jo Anne Zakrajsek 

Deborah Zana 



Courtney Zappia 

Jackie Zele 

Jennifer Zele 

Brian Zemba 

Barbara Zupancic 

Donald Zucher III 




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Juniors 



\ 'Whittle' Bit Of TV 

Channel One enabled Euclid students 
to get an eye on the world 



Whittle Communications came to 
Euclid High School in the fall of 
1990. It put the high school on the 
cutting edge of technology as far as 
classroom communications was con- 
cerned. In the deal with Whittle, 79 
TV's were installed during the sum- 
mer into most of the homerooms and 
cable TV lines were put into most of 
the remaining rooms. A satellite dish 
was also installed on the roof. Each 
morning a news program was broad- 
cast down from a satellite and re- . 
corded onto videotape. This was the 
Channel One program which was 
sent to each homeroom every day. 
The program consisted of 10 minutes 
of a current news show and two min- 
utes of commercials. Homeroom be- 
gan after the program was 
concluded. 

Channel One was not the only use 
for the equipment, however. The 
TV's were wired to pick up many of 
the cable channels so they could be 
used to watch TV anytime during the 
day. Also, special programs could be 
prepared by the students and pre- 
sented during homeroom. An exam- 
ple of this was the presentation of 



Homecoming candidates to the stu- 
dents during homeroom, broadcasts 
of assemblies to the classes that 
couldn't fit in the auditorium and 
video morning announcements. Also, 
tapes could be played from the cen- 
tral office to any room that request- 
ed it. The system was under the co- 
ordination of the AV director Mr. 
Allen Black. 

The Whittle equipment was do- 
nated to the school system and did 
not have to be purchased. In ex- 
change the Channel One broadcasts 
contained two minutes of commer- 
cials. There was much concern about 
the students being exposed to the two 
minutes of commercials each day 
but the commercials are well done, 
in good taste and are not offensive. 
Considering the number of commer- 
cials that each student was exposed 
to every day of their lives the two 
minutes of Channel One commer- 
cials were rather insignificant. Most 
of the people exposed to the Channel 
One system felt that it was well 
worth it and that it had tremendous 
potential. 

-Kevin Vance 



WJutttf 

communication* 



The end of the Channel One broadcast. 



Channel One enabled students in homeroom to learn 
about important events. Mr. Pignatiello instructing while 
the new addition to his classroom sits above him. 




Whittle Communications 



145 





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Cheerleaders, Carol Morgan Brown, Stacie Yuhas, Debbie Isgro and 
Heather Kristoff congratulating Homecoming Queen Liz Mazzei. 





146 



Senior Divider 



Tops In The School 

Seniors make the school happen 




In retrospect, seniors look upon 
their last year in high school as their 
most enjoyable. It was the year when 
most of them started thinking about 
what kind of career they wanted to 
go into and whether or not college 
was in their future. Some seniors 
found this year one in which they 
could take it easier if they were well 
on the path to fulfilling graduation 
requirements. Yet others who elect- 
ed to take a more rigorous schedule 
found this year to be extremely chal- 
lenging, especially those preparing 
for the Advanced Placement exams. 
The senior year, filled with memories 
of past acquaintances coupled with 
the anticipation of future friend- 
ships, heightened the excitement for 
the seniors. This was a time for look- 
ing back upon all of the enjoyable 
times in school, laughing at the good 
and learning from the bad. This was 
the seniors' turn to the most respect- 
ed student in the school. Hopefully, 
the seniors learned that school was 
not just a place for hard work and 
books, but was about meeting new 
people and having new experiences 
from which they could draw upon 
throughout their lives. 

-Ed Boyle and Carla Matiaska 



Sue Brkic, Patty Lux, Becky Hopkins, Ton? Zovko, Rebecca Karnak, Missy Rocco and Ann Kelly The football team getting ready to go for the extra point, 

enjoy their school experience. 



Senior Divider 



147 



Class of e'xci'tement 
seniors have excitement 




Fid Boyle 



Seniors 




Kerri Alesnik 



Harold Andrews 



Brandi Anewich 



Stacey Apanaites 



Tina Ann Armold 




Patricia Baker 



Carla Bartlett 



Sharon Barrett 



Matthew Barley 



Jennifer L. Beck 




Mitchell Robert Berzin Michelle Berzinskas 



Theresa A. Blasius 



Lee Bock 



Jocelyn Boros 




Shawna Bradac 



Coleen Bradach 



Catinna Brewinglon 



Chris Brickman 



%. 



Suzi Brkic 



Seniors 




Brigett Brokaw 



Bostjan Brumen 



Ronald Bryant Jr. 



Richard Bunn 



John Burich 




Steve Burrington 



Rhonda Calhoun 



Tracy Capuozzo 



Patrick Carey 



Anthony Carmigiano 




Bryaqt Carroll 



Jason Carroll 



Tamiko Carter 



M. Rogelene Castro 



Betsy Ann Cayne 




Leslie Cercek 



Joseph A. Cesa 



Ronald Chandler 



Tennisha Chatman 



Eric Chebo 



Seniors 



Jonasis Smith can still smile even though he injured his knee in the first scrimmage of the year and 
was unable to play the entire season. 



Kelly Marie Carney 



Michael Carney 




Christine Cecelic 



Damon Cherne 



Sonia A. Cencic 




Christine Chiancone 



Shelly Ledwell, Ken Wolenski, Valencia Woods and Kennard Johnson-Bey beam with furvor. 




(Seniors get experience 
with electronics 




Shana Coghill 



Suzi Brkic was a member of the P. A. Announcers Homeroom. These students audutioned at the 
end of their junior year and the best were chosen to read the morning announcements during 
homeroom. 



Kim Taylor, April Tanner and Laura Taylor using the new Macintosh computer lab. This lab gave 
students a chance to learn how to use Macintosh computers to do word processing, make data bases 
and spread sheets and do desk top publishing. 





Andrea L. Colavecchio 




Daniel De Filippo 



Frank J. Dengel Jr. 



Seniors 




Keith Clark 



Shawn Clark 



Terry Clark II 



Michael Clay 




Rebecca Cole 



Maria J. Cook 



Irvin Corbitt 



Christine Irene Cotter 



Leonard Craig 




Anthony Curry 



Vidal Curry 



Justin Daugherty 



Kelly Daugherty 



Maureen Sia De Jonge 




Mary Dengel 



Denise Jean Denovich 



Elvira Di Placito 



Michelle Donovan 



Jennifer Dreis 



Seniors 




Dan Dubecky 



Kelly Duffy 



Alen Dujmovic 



Marijo Dujmovic 



Bryan Duke 




Darryl J. East 



Lisa Eaton 



Loretta Eppinger 



Laurie Evans 



Christopher Fakult 




Rick Flaisman 



Cynthia Focareto 



India Ford 



Jeneen Foree 



James Foreman 




Victoria A. Fumich 



Chrissi Marie Galaida 



Colleen Gallagher 



Kelly Gambatese 



Melissa Gammon 



Seniors 



Matthew Garbincus 



Dennis Gargiulo 



La Trese Higgins all 
dressed up and ready to 
go to class while Rebec- 
ca Weaver is getting 
some liquid refreshment 
while she organizes the 
water bucket during a 
football game. 



Football seniors 




Jonathan Gornik 



Scott R. Gould 



Senior Co-captain, Mike Sheridan ran through the banner with excitement before the St. Ignatius 
game. ... 



then. Senior Co-captain, Ed Zivnoska ran for his life during the game. 




Maureen K. Hannan 



Robert Hill Jr. 




Aaron Haselbusch 




James Hlabse 




Gregory Gerland 



Brian Germano 



Sheri Gezann 



Adair Gilbert 



Kenneth Gilbert 




Jozelia Grace 



La Quana Grant 



Brian Guilfovle 



Gary Habat 



Suzanne Renee Hamilton 




Lisa Marie Hawk 



Ross Hcnikman 



La Trese C Higgins 



Danny Hill 




Donna M Hose 



Tim Hoffman 



Bernard Hohs 



Michael D. Holly 



Craig Hoover 



Seniors 




Rebecca Hopkins 



Timothy Hughes 



Janet L. Hula 



Scott Humphries 



Robin S. Hunt 




Nives M. Ivancin 



Brian Jackson 



Lee Andrea Jackson 



Ra Shanda Jackson 



Chenett Johnson 




Kennard Johnson-Bey Angela Denise Jones 



Charity Jones 



Daryl Jones 



Kawana Jones 




Rebecca A. Karnak 



Joel Kerne 



Kenneth Kilgore 



Kevin Kinsella 



Seniors 




Debra Isgro 



Ethel Isheim 




Davion Johnson 



Denise Johnson 



Bathing Beauty 

Euclid senior participates 

in Miss Teen 

All American Pageant 




During the summer after her ju- 
nior year, senior, Jeanette Miller was 
able to participate in the Miss Teen 
All American Pageant which was 
held at the Holiday Inn in Worthing- 
ton which is near Columbus, Ohio. 
Concerning her experience with the 
contest Jeanette said "Being in the 
Miss Teen All American Pageant 
was the most exciting and unforgeta- 
ble experience of my life. Being se- 
lected to be one the the contestants 
was a great honor. There were so 
many exciting things to look forward 
to such as getting sponsors, a gown, 
bathing suit, and making new 
friends". 

In order to participate in the pag- 
eant, Jeanette had to get people and 
companies to sponsor her like execu- 




tive companies, cleaners, car washes, 
bridal shops and neighborhood 
churches and organizations. She had 
to be able to speak well and look 
presentable when she solicited 
support. 

After that she needed a gown. 
Something that was very long, sleek 
and elegant. It had to fit nice and be 
flattering. She also needed a bathing 
suit, something that was conserva- 
tive but one that was stylish and fit 
well. 

In order to be successful a contes- 
tant had to be able to speak well with 
good pronounciation. She had to be 
able to relate well with the other con- 
testants and be able to stand up to 
the rigors that the contestants were 
subjected to. 



Jeanette Miller 
poised with a smile 
during the Miss Teen 
All American 

Pageant. 






Michelle A. M. Kitis 



Aaron Koonce 



Seniors 



Tuning In 

Seniors pick their 



favorite radio station 




James K. Kosmerl 



Jessica Kovac 



WZAK, 93.1 FM, was chosen the 
favorite radio station by the seniors 
who voted. Close behind was Power 
108 (107.9 FM WPHR). Also re- 
ceiving a sizable amount of votes 
were the classic rock station 98.5 



Suzi Brkic, Terri Blasius and Da- 
mon Cherne educate Slovenian stu- 
dent Bostjan Brumen on American 



WNCX and Jammin' 92 F 
(WJMO). Other stations voted for 
ranged anywhere from classical mu- 
sic to college stations. 

-Rebecca Karnak 



Sharon Barrett and Jennifer San- 
key arc wishing they were groovin' 
to some tunes. 





Melissa Krohn 



David Lauver 



Bradley Lunder 



Jeffrey E. Kropf 




Shelly Ledwell 




Patricia Lux 



Seniors 




Edward Kovacic 



Janice Kozlowski 



Dave Kramer 



Jennifer Krasnik 



Heather Kristoff 




Catherine Kubinski 



Walter Kuhen 



Chera DeAnn Kuklica Roger Walter Kunes 



April Lang 




Donna Leonardi 



Dennis Lesefky 



Terrence Lesko 



Andrew Logar 



Dushawn Lomax 




Thomas Luzny 



Marina Machado 



Mark MacLeod 



Frank Mansi 



Amanda Martin 



Seniors 




Patricia A. Masterson 



Carla Matiaska 



Elizabeth A. Mazzei 



Valerie Mc Carthy 



Colleen Mc Cartney 




Christopher Mc Glotham Vanessa Mc Groder 



Matthew Mc Peek 



Stephen Meyers 



Theresa Marie Michael 




Brian Miller 



Jeanette Miller 



Kimberley Ann Miller 



Molly Ann Miller 



Russell Minter 




Deborah Morgan Carol N. Morgan-Brown Terrence Moultry 



Matthew Murphy 



Christopher Muzinic 



Seniors 









PB*" "**!? 



Melissa Mc Connell 



Christine Miranda 



Andrew Myers 



Dude... 

Seniors pick their 
favorite slang words 



Derrick Mc Ghee 



Despite the English teacher's ef- 
forts, students of Euclid High used 
many different slang words. Seniors 



also frequently chosen. Other favor- 
ite slang words memtioned by se- 
niors were 'y°\ 'dud', 'hey', 'man', 



were asked to pick their favorite lin- 'sweet' and 'bummer'. 



go. 'Dude' was picked most often, 
'ain't', 'what's up', and 'word' were 




-Rebecca Karnak 



Phil Walczak and Marc Fifolt admire Brian Germano's OHI'YO' State sweatshirt. Rebecca 
Karnak and Suzi Brkic in the computer science lab and Betsy Cayne in the Student Council office 
are thinking up new slang words to impress their peers. 



Phaedra L. Moore 




Scott Myers 





Seniors 



Piling It On 

Some teachers give 
lots of homework 




Charlotte M. Neal 



At the beginning of the year a poll tant second was Mrs. Schmeling 



was taken among the seniors as to 
which teacher gave the most home- 
work. The clear winner in the re- 
sponses was Mr. Hartmann. A dis- 



Other teachers that were considered 
to give a lot of homework were Dr. 
Powaski and Mrs. Torrelli. 



Working on their com- 
puter assignments are 
students, Jessie Kovac 
and Sharon Barrett, 
Roger Kunes, Jamie 
Zahler and Phil 
Walczak. 



Edward Nehrig 




Seniors 




Kelli Newman 



Charles Nichols 



Brandy Nickell 



Lorenzo Norris 



Theresa Oden 




Kevin O'Neill 



Michael P. O'Neill 



Shawn Orazen 



Cindy Orlic 



Richard Orsulic 




Michael Pasquale 



Rupen Patel 



Matt Payne 



Kimberly Peck 



Robert Peralta 




Levelle Perry 



Kimberly Peters 



Heidi Peterson 



Holly Pirsig 



Julianne Gail Plesec 



Seniors 




Michelle Pocaro 



Karen Powell 



Jamile Price 



Terra Proctor 



Dana Pugh 




Allen Radolovic 



Tomislav Raguz 



Michelle Randolph 



John Richards Jr. 



Lisa Riedel 




James T. Roach 



Melissa Lynn Rocco 



Angelica Rodriguez 



Rebecca Roeder 



Angel Roethel 




Wendi Sanders 



Domenic Sanelli 



Jennifer Sankey 



Brian Sargent 



Seniors 




Engelbert Puhalj 



Gerald Quinn 



Seniors Love 
'Em 

Seniors chose 

their favorite teachers 



When seniors were poled they votes from the senior class. Other 

were also asked to name their favor- favorites included Mr. Lowe, Miss 

ite teacher. Mr. Hartmann and Mr. White, Mrs. McLaughlin, and Mr. 

Serra received the most number of Raicevich. 



Class time is the most 
important part of the 
school day since it allows 
for student-teacher in- 
teraction which is what 
accomplishes the learn- 
ing process. A positive 
attitude in the classroom 
is necessary to have a 
good learning 

experience. 




Marijo Dujmovic, Kelli Newman and Liz Mazzei getting their papers back from Mr. 
Serra. 



Christine Marie Schaefer Hope Renee Schmidt 



Seniors 



Favorite Flicks 

Students like to go 



to the movies 



Everyone liked to go to the mov- 
ies. They gave students a chance to 
relax and to unwind from the ten- 
sions and problems of the real world 
and see people in fanciful situations. 
Of all the movies that the seniors 
attended they picked "Ghost", star- 
ring Patrick Suayze and Demi 
Moore as their favorite. Finishing 



second was "Pretty Woman", star- 
ring Richard Gere and Julia Rob- 
erts. Other films that finished with 
many votes were "Animal House", 
"Dead Poets Society", "Beaches", 
"Say Anything", "Lethal Weapon 
2", and "Flatliners". 

-Scott Gould 



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Christine Von Sick and Michelle Secic looking through files trying to decide on a good movie to 
see while Dave Kramer and Steve Burke seem to be dreaming about Julia Roberts in "Pretty 
Woman" during lunch. 





Veronika Schnell 



Marci Schuster 




Amy Smith 



Jonasis Smith 




Christopher Spada 



Dreana Speed 



Seniors 




Darnell Scott 



Justin Scott 



Michelle Secic 



Tom Shannon 



Anthony G. Shaw 




Michael Sheridan 



Jeff Simenc 



Chenise Latrice Slaughter Stephanie Slogar 



Ronald Slusarski II 




Kenneth Smith 



La Tesha Smith 



Shannon Smith 



Jason T. Socha 



William Solnosky 




Lorri Spooner 



Michelle Springer 



Robert Staples 



Sheree Starr 



David Stephens 




Brian Sterrick 



Lamont Stewart 



Cynthia Ann Stih 



Brian Sailings 



Jamie Stohler 




David Strunk 



Robert Sugar 



Charrisse Summerall 



April Tanner 



Kimberly Taylor 




Telesa Terry 



Jermaine Thomas 



Tammieanna Thornton 



Patricia Tinker 



Shelley Tobias 




Jodin Trocheck 



Adrienne Troha 



Kenneth Troy 



Jun Yong U 



Douglas Uchbar Jr. 



Seniors 




John Stois 



Ronald Stokes 



What's On TV? 



Euclid's taste in TV 



reflects American norms 




Watching television has become 
an American tradition. The average 
person watches more than four hours 
of television every day. Television 
can be a very important way for peo- 
ple to learn about the things going on 
around them. It can also be a way to 
be entertained. High school students 
usually look upon television as a 
means of entertainment since a poll 



of Euclid seniors showed that their 
favorite shows were mostly sitcoms. 
The show that most people picked 
as their favorite was "The Cosby 
Show" starring Bill Cosby. Other 
shows that were also popular were 
"The Simpsons", "In Living Color", 
"A Different World", "Cheers" and 
"Twin Peaks". 

-Corri Turkall 



Laura Taylor 



Tanis Taylor 




Bruce Torzewski Jr. 



Rosie Valentic 



Keith Touschner 




Kevin Vance 



Students watching television during one of the dances. 





Bryan Vehovec 



Robert Voigt 



Christine Von Sick 



Jayne Vurusic 



Michelle Wagner 




Jason Weybrecht 



Thomas Whelan 



Paulnetta Wilcox 



Claudia Williams 



Melissa Willingham 



fsm 




Valencia Woods 



Donnaire Woullard 



Milton Wyley 



Crystal Young 



717 




Carol Zahursky 



Janene Marie Zakrajsek 



Seniors 



Philip S. Walczak 



Stacy Wallette 



Kenneth Walter 



Rebecca Weaver 



Teresa West 




Derrick Willis 



Eric Wilson 



Windi S. Wojdak 



Ken Wolenski 



Edrina Yevette Womack 




Paul Young 



Stacie Yuhas 



Charles Yurcich 



Christine Zagore 



Jamie Zahler 




Loretta Zalar 



Robert Zele 



Elizabeth W.H. Zhang 



Ed Zivnoska 



Tomislav Zovko 



Seniors 




Dianne Baird 



Daniel Hall 



Kenya Malone 



Kathleen Mc Loughlin 



Matthew Montgomery 







The following seniors did not have their 
picture taken: Daniel Amato, Thomika 
Anderson, Gregory Babnik, Gerald 
Boiner, Nicole Ceranowicz, John Ciarlillo, 
Jesse Coleman, Catherine Copeland, Yo- 
landa Cornelius, Mariam Couch, Freder- 
ick Dixon, Bassem El-Khatib, Timothy 
Fulgham, Tracey Graves, Jackqualynn 
Hasty, Shelli Jackson, Raymond Jones, 
Benjamin Leisure, Chonton Lewis, Marie 
Marcelli, Christine Mc Ginty, Heidi Pe- 
terson, Holly Pirsig, James Posavad, Brian 
Proctor, Maria Sandia, James Schneider, 
Dawn Segines, Reginald Stewart, Man 
Nee Sue, Sandy Swanson, Frances Taylor, 
Ann Tekavec, Cheryl Tucker, Kadohi 
Uchida, Michael Urbania, Pete Veedmont 
III, Laura Verbyla, Hallie Watson, Anita Senior, Paulnetta Wilcox waiting for Law Enforcement student, Gary Habat talking with Mr. McGuin- 
Weier, Phil Wiggins, Rashawn Williams class to begin. ness during the Homecoming assembly. 





Lee Jackson, Shelley Tobias and Zahrod Tolbert showing how to eat ribs at the Wally Kuhen, Tom Whelan, Ken Walter, Tom Zovko, Leslie Cercek, Terri 
Student Council dance. Blasius and Coleen Bradach looking nice after having lunch. 



Seniors 



Enjoyable Reading 

Seniors reveal their favorite books 



Most classes at Euclid High School do 
require some reading at one time or anoth- 
er and the seniors who were poled offered 
their choices as to some of the more enjoy- 
able books that were read throughout their 
high school years. The Catcher in the Rye 
topped the list, while others named includ- 
ed To Kill a Mockingbird, Wuthering 
Heights, The Great Gatsby and A Tale of 
Two Cities. Although these books were 
required reading for the most part, the 
seniors were able to find an escape the 
world of fiction and possibly even identi- 
fied themselves with the various charac- 
ters that were presented. With all of the 
demands placed on the seniors, such as 
class requirements, college admissions, 
scholarship applications as well as peer 
pressure, it is clear that books offered a 
welcome respite to the seniors. 

-Carla Matiaska 






Stacie Yuhas, Liz Mazzei, Debbie Isgro, Brandy Nickell and Veronika Schnell, standing, are 
chowing down at lunch so they have enough energy to read during their afternoon classes. 




Chris McGlotham, Claudia Williams, Dreana Speed and Tim Hughes are taking a break during 
lunch from all the reading they did in the morning. Scott Gould carrying his books home so that he 
can read them while looking at his John Elway jersey in the mirror. 



Seniors 



You K.iow, I Really Admire... 

"",'/... i '!...»;.: r ■; r&£ ' whe they respect mcst 



Admire: 1. To regard with won- 
der, pleasure, and approbation. 2. To 
have respect or esteem for. 3. To 
wonder or marvel at. Young people 
need someone to admire. It gives 
them a role model, someone that 
they want to imitate, someone that 
they want to look up to. People are 
admired for all kinds of reasons: ath- 
letic ability, good looks, acting abili- 
ty, intelligence, personality or many 
other reasons. For whatever reason it 
gives living a purpose since you have 
someone you want to become. 

The seniors at Euclid were polled 
as to the person they most admired. 
Many frequent responses were for 
actors and performers like Matt Dil- 
lon, Jon Bon Jovi and Humpty. The 
most frequent responses were for 
amily members like their mothers 
and fathers and grandparents show- 
ing the strength there is in the 
family. 

-Kim Taylor 




Jeff Simenc said that he admired his computer science teacher, Mr. Adam Pawlowski. 




k - .':..' < -::-;<*x 



Vidal Curry admires Correta Scott King. 



Darryl East said that he admires God. 



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Seniors 



Activities 



Dianne E. Baird: Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; 

Varsity Chorale 10,11,12, Vice-President 
12; Student Council 11,12, Executive 
Board 11,12. 

Sharon Barrett: Yearbook 10,11,12; Stu- 
dent Council 1 1 . 

Jennifer L. Beck: Majoretttes 9,10,11,12, 
Captain 10,11,12. 

Mitchell Robert Berzin: Football 
9,10,11,12; Close-Up 11. 
Michelle Berzinskas: SADD 11,12, Se- 
cretery 12; AFS 12. 

Theresa A. Blasius: Basketball 9,10,1 1,12; 
Volleyball 10. 
Ed Boyle: Yearbook 12. 
Suzi Brkic: AFS 11,12; Model UN 12. 
John Burich: Swimming 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Track 
9,10. 

Steve D. Burke: Model UN 10,11,12, 
Treasure 10; AFS 11,12; Track 9; Soccer 
9,10,11,12, Captain 9,10,12; Wrestling 
9,10,11,12, Captain 9,12. 
Kelly Marie Carney: Hockey Aide 9,10; 
Wai Napolo 10,1 1,12, Secretery 11; Varsi- 
ty Chorale 12. 

Bryant Carroll: Varsity Chorale 10,12; 
Big Show 10. 

Betsy Ann Cayne: Student Council 
10,11,12, Executive Board 11,12; AFS 10; 
Survey 12; Yearbook 10; NHS 12. 
Christine Cecelic: Office Aide 9;Wai Na- 
polo 10; Teacher Aide 12. 
Sonia A. Cencic: Office Aide 9,10,1 1; Wai 
Napolo 9,10,11, Secretery 10, Vice-Presi- 
dent 11; Yearbook 11,12; Student Council 
11,12; NHS 11,12; SADD 11,12; PA An- 
nouncer 12; 

Joseph A. Cesa: Wrestling 9,10,11; Or- 
chestra 9,10,11,12; Marching Band 
10,11,12; Commencement Band 11; Big 
Show Pit 9,10; Varsity Chorale 11,12; 
Symphonic Band 11,12; Jazz Band 12; Se- 
nior Talent Night 10. 
Christopher J. Ciulla: Football 
9,10,11,12; Basketball 9; Baseball 9,10; 
NHS 11,12. 

Andrea L. Colavecchio: Basketball 
9,10,11,12; Model UN 10,12; Tennis 
11,12; Student Council 10,12. 
Maria J. Cook: Clinic Aide 9,10,11,12; 
Student Council 10. 
Christine Irene Cotter: AFS 11. 



Vidal Curry: Football 9,10,11,12; Track 
9,10,11,12; Cultural Committee 11; Stu- 
dent Council 12; Library Aide 10,11; In- 
door Track 11,12. 

Justin Daugherty: Basketball 9,10,11,12; 
Baseball 9; Football 9; Track 10. 
Maureen Sia DeJonge: Volleyball 9,10,1 1; 
Softball 10; Office Aide 10,11,12. 
Mary Dengel: Key Club 9,10,11,12; PA 
Announcer 12; Office Aide 9,10,11,12; 
Hockey Aide. 

Denise Jean Denovich: Flag Corps 
9,10,11,12. 

Dan DuBecky: Yearbook 12. 
Darryl J. East: Basketball 9,10,11,12; 
Track 9,10,11,12; Orchestra 9,10,12. 
Meredith Fit/Gerald: Cross-country 
9,10,11,12; Track 9,10,11,12; Model UN 
10,11; AFS 12; Office Aide 9,10; Library 
Aide 11; Indoor Track 11,12; PA An- 
nouncer 12; National Honor Society 
11,12; Christmas Play 11. 
Rick Flaisman: Football 9; Wrestling 9; 
Golf 11. 

India Ford: Cross Country 9,10,11,12; 
Track and Indoor Track 9,10,11,12; En- 
glish Aide 9; Office Aide 10; Library Aide 
1 1 ; Physics Aide 1 2. 

Erin MaryAnne Fox: Student Council 
11,12; Model UN 10,11,12, Secretary 11, 
Vice President 1 2; Eucuyo 11,12; Survey 
11,12, Editor 12; National Honor Society 
11,12, Secretary 12. 

Victoria A. Fumich: Volleyball 9,10; Soc- 
cer Aide 1 1; Softball 9,10; Office Aide 10; 
Peer Tutor 10,11; NHS 11; Foreign Ex- 
change Program 1 1 . 

Chrissi Marie Galaida: Key Club 
9,10,11,12; AFS 10; FBLA 11,12; 
Colleen Gallagher: Volleyball 9,10; Bas- 
ketball 9,10,11,12; Softball 9,10,11,12; 
Office Aide 9. 

Mario Gaspersic: Skiing 9,10,11,12. 
Kevin J. Gembarski: Swimming 11,12; 
Diving 12. 

Sheri Gezann: Varsity Chorale 11,12, 
President 12; Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12, 
Show Director 11,12, Vice-President 12; 
Marching Band 9,10,11, Class Represen- 
tative 10,11; Big Show 9,10,11,12; Peer 
Tutor 10; NHS 11,12. 




LaTesha Smith rushing to get to one of her activities. 




Scott Gould sorting senior questionaires for the 
yearbook. 




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I 



Mike Pasquale and Carla Matiaska enjoy themselves 
in the halls. ., __ 

177 




Stacie Yuhas getting help on her astronomy 
assignment from Mr. Francetic. 



LaTrese Higgins and Michelle Durket enjoying 
themselves at one of Student Council's dances. 



Mike DiBartolomeo and Laura Nickell and Liz 
Mazzei and Bill Kunes at Homecoming. 



Scott R. Gould: Football 10,12; Close-Up 
11,12; Yearbook 1 2; S A DD 1 1 , 1 2; Survey 
12. 

Brian Guilfoyle: Baseball 9,10,11,12. 
Daniel W. Hall: Wrestling 9,10. 
Suzanne Renee Hamilton: Volleyball 
9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10; Softball 
9,10,11,12; Office Aide 11,12. 
Maureen K. Hannan: Marching Band 
9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 12; Concert 
Band 10; Symphonic Band 9,11,12; Big 
Show Pit 9; Key Club 9,10,11,12, Class 
Represenative 9,10,11, President 12; 
Commencement Band 9,11. 
Lisa Marie Hawk: Cultural Committee 
9,10; Basketball Aide 10. 
LaTrese C. Higgins: AFS 9; Cultural Co- 
mittee 9,10,11; Student Council 10,11,12; 
Peer Tutor 11; NHS 11,12; Office Aide 
9,10,11,12. 

Donna M. Hoag: Big Show 9; Softball 10; 
Basketball Aide 10,11,12; Office Aide 
9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Student Council 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Ex- 
ecutive Board 12; Class Cabinet 9. 
Tim Hoffman: Baseball 9,10,11,12; Bas- 
ketball 10. 

Michael D. Holly: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Track 9. 

Janet L. Hula: Band 9,10; Wresting Aide 
9,10; Student Council 9,10. 
Robin S. Hunt: Varsity Chorale 11,12 
Christmas Play 10,1 1,12; Big Show 11,12 
SADD 11,12; Student Council 10,11,12 
Swim Timer 12. 



Nives M. Ivancin: Softball 10; Peer Tutor 
10,11,12; Office Aide 9. 
Lee Andrea Jackson: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12; Track 9,10,11,12; Student 
Council 10,11,12, President 12; NHS 
11,12. 

Chenett Johnson: Student Council 1 2; Of- 
fice Aide 10,11,12. 
Davion Johnson: Basketball 9,10. 
Denise Johnson: Marching Band 
9,10,11,12, Secretary 9,10; Senior Talent 
Show 11,12; Basketball 9; Cultural Com- 
mittee 10,11. 

Angela Denise Jones: Track 12. 
Charity Jones: Football Aide 9; Indoor 
Track Aide 9,10. 

Katherine Juhl: Office Aide 9,10,11,12; 
Eucuyo 9,10,1 1,12; NHS 11,12; Peer Tu- 
tor 11,12. 

Rebecca A. Karnak: Soccer 9,10,11,12; 
Track 9,10; AFS 9,10,11,12; Peer Tutor 
9,10,11,12; Yearbook 12; NHS 11,12. 
Ann Kelly: Cross Country 9,10; Track 
9,10; Yearbook 12; Student Council 12; 
AFS 12. 

Joel Kerne: Hockey 9,10,11,12. 
Kevin Kinsella: Football 11,12. 
Michelle A. M. Kitis: AFS 9,10,11,12. 
Aaron Koonce: Eucuyo 11; Chess Club 11. 
James J. Kosmerl: Key Club 9; Marching 
Band 9,10,11,12; Concert Band 9,10,11; 
Symphonic 11,12; Big Show Pit 11. 



Jessica K. Kovac: Softball 9; Student 
Council 11; Cheerleader 9,10,11,12, Cap* 
tain 12; Swim Team 9. 
Dave Kramer: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Model 
UN 10,11,12; AFS 11,12. 
Jennifer Krasnik: Chess Club 11,12; Flag 
Corps 9,10,11,12, Captain 11,12. 
Heather Kristoff: Cheerleading 
9,10,1 1,12, Captain 9,1 1; Basketball 9,10: 
Softball 9; Student Council 10,11; Peer 
Tutor 11,12; NHS 11,12. 
Jeffrey E. Kropf: AV Club 9,10,11,12: 
Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, Squad Leader 
10,11,12, President 12; Big Show Pit 
9,10,11,12; Stage Band 10,11,12; Senior 
Talent Show 9,10,1 1,12; Symphonic Band 
9,10,11,12; Fall Play 10. 
Roger Walter Kunes: Baseball 9,10,11,12; 
Soccer 9,10,11,12; Marching Band 9,10, 
Squad Leader 10; Class Cabinet 9. 
Donna Leonardi: Softball 9,10. 
Dennis Lesefky: Footballl 9,10,12, Cap- 
tain 9; Track 9,10,11,12. 
Marina Machado: Swim Team 12. 
Mark MacLeod: Marching Band 9,10,11. 
Patricia A. Masterson: Student Council 
11; P. A. Announcer 12; Office Aide 9; 
Student Secretary 12. 
Carla L- Matiaska: Class Cabinet 9; Of- 
fice Aide 11,12; Yearbook 11,12, Editor 
12. 

Elizabeth A. Mazzei: Volleyball 
9,10,11,12; Swimming 9,10,11; A.F.S. 
9,10; Yearbook 11,12. 



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Kevin Vance and Emily Smayda spend a 'Night 
on the Town' at Homecoming 



Ron Parsons takes a break during a hard days 
work at Koenigs's. Homecoming. 



Su 



zi Brkic and Ann Kelly are happy to be in Mr. 
Manburg's accounting class. 



Colleen McCartney: Student Council 
10,11,12. 

Stephen Meyers: Model U.N. 10,11,12, 
Treasurer 1 0; Survey 11,12; Eucuyo 11,12; 
Science Olympic Team 11,12; Wresting 9. 
Kimberly Lynn Mikich: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12; Track 9,10,12; Big Show 
9,11,12; A.F.S. 10,11,12, Vice President 
11,12; Executive Board 12; Eucuyo 
10,11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Varsity Chorale 
12. 

Kimberley Ann Miller: Peer tutor 11,12; 
Swim Team 9,10,11,12; AD Club 
9,10,11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Orchestra 
9,10,11,12, Librarian 9,10, Vice-President 
1 1 , Secretary 1 2; Big Show 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Of- 
fice Aide 10,1 1,12; Clinic Aide 12; Teach- 
er Aide 9,10. 

Molly Ann Miller: Band-Marching 
9,10,11,12, Symphonic 9,10,11,12, Jazz 
10,12, Vice-President 12, Librarian 11; 
Orchestra 9,10,11,12. 
Christine Miranda: Yearbook 10,12; Stu- 
dent Council 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Peer 
Tutor 10. 

Phaedra L. Moore: Boys Track Aide 9; 
Student Council 9,12; Office Aide 9,12; 
Peer Tutor 10,12; N.H.S. 11,12, Vice 
President 12; Cultural Committee 9,10,1 1; 
Leadership Group 9,10,1 1,12. 
Carol N. Morgan-Brown: Cultural Com- 
mittee 9,10; Student Council 10; Cheer- 
leading 11,12; Yearbook 12; Chess Club 
12. 



Christopher Muzinic: Baseball 9,10,12; 
Football 12; AFS 9,10; Peer Tutor 
9,10,11,12. 

Charlotte M. Neal: Key Club 9,10,11,12; 
AFS 11; Office Aide 10; Science Secre- 
tary 10,11. 

Brandy Nickell: Cheerleading 10,11,12; 
Diving 9; Volleyball 9; Track 9; Office 
Aide 11. 

Michael A. O'Flynn: Track 9,10. 
Michael P. O'Neill: Baseball 9. 
Shawn Orazen: Swimming 9; Office Aide 
11; Cheerleader 10,1 1,12, Captain 12. 
Cindy Orlic: Cross Country 10,11,12. 
Eric N. Osborne: Model UN 10,11,12; 
AFS 11,12. 

Matt Payne: Hockey 10,11,12; Baseball 
10. 

Jamile Price: Track 9,10,12. 
Terra Proctor: Class Cabinet 9; Track 9; 
Ski Club 9; Office Aide 11. 
Engelbert Puhalj: Soccer 10. 
Michelle Randolph: Choral Masters 
11,12; Big Show 11; SADD 12; Student 
Council 12. 

James T. Roach: Football 9,10,11,12. 
Melissa Lynn Rocco: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12; Track 9,10,12; AFS 
9,10,11,12, President 11,12; Hockey Aide 
11; Big Show 11,12; NHS 11,12; 
Angel Roethel: Ski Club 11; Student 
Council 9. 

Jennifer Sankey: Orchestra 9,10; NHS 
11,12. 



Christine Marie Schaefer: Cheerleader 
9,10; Model UN 10,11,12, Treasurer 
11,12; Survey 11,12; Student Council 
10,11,12; NHS 11,12; Eucoyo 10,11,12 
Hope Renee Schmidt: Volleyball 9,10; Of- 
fice Aide 11; Track 9; Student Council 1 2, 
Vice President 12, Excutive Board 12. 
Michelle Secic: Track 9; Class Cabinet 9; 
Office Aide 9,10,11,12. 
Tom Shannon: Office Aide 9,10,11,12. 
Anthony G. Shaw: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Wrestling 9. 

Chenise Latrice Slaughter: Student Coun- 
cil 12. 

Stephanie Slogar: Student Council 
10,11,12; NHS 11,12; SADD 11,12. 
Jonasis Smith: Student Council 12; NHS 
11,12; Football 11,12; Yearbook 11. 
Jason T. Socha: Model UN 10,11,12, 
Treasurer 10, President 11,12; Survey 
11,12, Editor 1 2; Student Council 1 2; Soc- 
cer 9,10,1 1,12; Ski Club 9,10; NHS 11,12, 
President 12; Track 9,10; Science Olym- 
pics 11,12. 

Cynthia Ann Stih: Office Aide 11,12. 
Kimberly Taylor: Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12, 
Historian 11, President 12; Yearbook 
10,12; Peer Tutor 9,10; Orchestra 
9,10,11,12, President 12; PA Announcer 
12; Fall Play 11,12; Student Council 
11,12. 

Rosie Valentic: Student Council 10,1 1,12; 
Cheerleading 1 1, Captain 1 1; Office Aide 
10,11,12. 



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179 



Kevin A. Vance: Indoor Track 10,11,12; 
Track 9,10,11,12; Cross Country 
9,10,11,12; Yearbook 11,12; Model U.N. 
10,11,12, Vice-President 11, Executive 
Advisor 12; S.A.D.D. 11,12, Vice-Presi- 
dent 11, President 12; Academic Chal- 
lenge 12; Christmas Play 11,12; Swim 
Timer 9. 

Christine VonSick: Track 9; Office Aide 
9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 9. 
Jayne Vurusic: Softball 10; Office Aide 
12. 

Philip S. Walczak: N.H.S. 11,12; Indoor 
Track 10,12; Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12; 
Model U.N. 10,12. 

Rebecca Weaver: Track 11; Student 
Council 12; Football Aide 12; Office Aide 
11,12. 



Pauinetta Wilcox: Band- Concert 
9,10,11,12, Marching 9,10,11,12, Squad- 
leader, Secretary 10,11,12; Office Aide 
10,11,12; Track Aide 10,11,12; Student 
Council 10,11,12; Yearbook Staff 12; 
Morning Announcements 12; Fall Play 12; 
Spring Play 12; Big Show 12; Senior Tal- 
ent Night 11,12. 

Derrick Willis: Track 9,10; Basketball 
10,11,12; Football 11,12; Student Council 
12. 

Windi Wojdak: Class Cabinet 9; Clinic 
Aide 10,11,12; Majorettes 11,12; Student 
Council 12, N.H.S. 11,12. 
Ken Wolenski: Cross Country 9,10,11,12, 
. Captain 1 2; Indoor Track 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Out- 
door Track 9,10,11,12; Marching Band 
9,10. 



Valencia Sherron Woods: Flag Cor) 

11,12. 

Milton Wyley: Varsity Choir 12. 

Paul Young: Key Club 9,10; Diving 1 

Ski Club 10,11. 

Jamie Zahler: S.A.D.D. 12; Yearbook il 

Janene Marie Zakrajsek: Cheerleadin 

9,10,11; Track 9,12; Student Counc 

9,10,11,12, Executive Board 1 1 , 1 2, Chai; 

man of Decorations 11,12; Eucuy 

1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Art Editor 11,12; Science Olyiri 

piad 10,11,12, Chairman of Publicit 

11,12; Office Aide 11; Model U.N. I 

Yearbook 11, Cover Artist. 

Loretta Zalar: Office Aide 10; U.Y.A. 1 

Ed Zivnoska: Football 9,10,1 1,12; Basket 

ball 9; Baseball 9,10,11,12. 




Above: Rosie Valentic and Becky Weaver dressed up 
at the Student Council Halloween party. Above Right: 
Chris Atlas, Lee Jackson, Meredith FitzGerald and 
Miriam Hohs enjoying themselves at Homecoming. 
Shawn Orazen, Matt Garbincus and Brandy Nickell 
during Halloween dress-up day. 



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Seniors 



How Embarrassing... 

Seniors share some embarrassing 
moments 



No one could ever get through high 
chool without being embarassed at least 
mce. The senior class was asked to write 
heir most embarassing moments. Here 
re some of the most embarassing (and 
inusual) events in random order: 
icott Gould was embarassed when Tom 
'ovko blew up his mailbox with an M-80 
hat Scott gave Tom. 
tosie Valentic was reading aloud in biolo- 
y and instead of saying 'organism' said 
orgasm'. 

Itephanie Slogar's friends gave her a 
raining bra for her sixteenth birthday at 
inch and a bunch of people saw it. 
'hris Ciulla was embarassed when he was 
nnoying a girl so much that she gave him 

bloody nose. 

letsy Cayne dislocated her elbow on the 
k\ trip to New York as a freshman and 
ad to go to the hospital in New York, 
ndia Ford tripped and fell in a cross- 
ountry race. 

cott Humphries walked into a senior 
omeroom by mistake on his first day at 
Euclid High School. 

inn Kelly had to give a speech in fresh- 
lan English class and was shaking so bad- 
i she dropped her note cards and had to 

back to her seat. 

,ee Jackson hit a school bus with her sis- 

;r's minivan in eleventh grade. 

>arryl East was embarassed when the bas- 

etball team was playing East High and 

eople in the stands were talking about his 

aircut so loud that everyone could hear 

lem. 

lissy Rocco's most embarassing moment 

ame when Jay Turpin pulled the chair out 

•om under her when she went to sit down 

1 the library during study hall. 

larla Matiaska thought a roach clip was 

)r killing roaches in physics class. 

laureen DeJonge was sitting in eighth 

eriod English class with 10 minutes left 

nd an anouncement came over one PA 

lying "Maureen DeJonge please call 

ome." 

haron Barrett ripped her skirt walking up 

le stairs in tenth grade. 

erri Blasius and Melissa Gammon both 

;11 down steps in a skirt. 

!henett Johnson fell in her date's lap at 



Homecoming because her heels were too 
tall for her. 

Colleen Gallagher crashed her car twice in 
one week. 

Patti Lux, Carol Morgan-Brown, Aaron 
Haselbusch, Valerie Jones and Jeanette 
Miller were embarassed when they fell up 
stairs. 

Sue Hamilton, Kathy Kubinski and Kim 
Mikich were all victims of "depants"ing. 
Dianne Baird remembers when a 'male 
friend' saw a picture of her in her 
underwear. 

Joseph Cesa was embarassed when he was 
caught kissing his girlfriend at band camp 
by Mr. Alspaugh who snuck up behind 
him and poured his Dr. Pepper on his 
head. 

Frank Dengel was embarassed when he 
dropped his tray in the cafeteria. 
Lisa Eaton was embarrassed when she sat 
in American history class thinking it was 
American government and didn't realize it 
until the books were passed out. 
Rick Flaisman remembers when he got 
knocked over by the blocking sled in foot- 
ball practice. 

Maureen Hannan was embarrassed when 
she was sitting at her lunch table eating a 
Hostess cupcake and sneezed thereby spit- 
ing it out on the table. 
Latrese Higgins recalls being embarrassed 
when she was a football aid and was 
flipped over backwards into the mud as 
both teams tackled her. 
Donna Hoag was embarrassed when she 
tripped over a baby gate at a friend's party 
and took Debbie Morgan with her, scrap- 
ing her toe while everyone laughed. 
Robin Hunt was embarrassed as she and a 
friend talked for a long time to a deaf guy 
on the street while going to a Varsity Cho- 
rale rehearsal. 

Kevin Kinsella was abashed when he sat 
on pink paint in the art room and walked 
around for the entire day, only to repeat 
his action the following day. 
Michelle Kitis was embarrassed when she 
threw up on the library floor as a 
freshman. 

Dave Kramer remembers when he did a 
handstand on a desk as a freshman and 
over-rotated. 



Donna Leonardi was embarrassed when 
everyone found out that she and her friend 
Tammy were living in a brown Monte Car- 
lo on the West side. 

Patty Masterson admits to taking a flying 
leap down the stairs as a sophomore and 
landing flat on her back. 
Scott Meyers was slightly embarrassed 
when his girlfriend told everyone what col- 
or underwear he had on that day. 
Gerald Quinn recalls tripping Chris Shank 
(accidentally) who broke his ribs, jaw and 
knocked out 3 teeth. 

Jamie Stohler was embarrassed when he 
got stuck in the elevator in a full body cast. 
Tom Shannon got all red when a "little 
bird" did its "business on him" while walk- 
ing into school. 

Michelle Randolph was embarrassed as 
she tripped over a music stand during Big 
Show and fell in front of the guy she liked 
and he laughed at her. 
Sonia Cencic gave a big surprise to some 
guys in the Swim office as she walked in to 
use the phone wearing only her sweater 
and underwear. 

Paulnetta Wilcox was most embarassed 
when Gerald Boiner pulled down her pants 
in the E-Room during her junior year. 




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Marc Fifolt is hardly embarrassed to show what he 
thinks of his lunch. 



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The Student Council 



Developing Citizenship And 
Serving Our School And Community 





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Student Council Ad 



m T 



he Student Council 




Wishes The Best Of Luck 
To The Graduating Seniors In The Class 

Of 1991 







Student Council Ad 



Money Making Fun 

Senior Elf Day raises money for Promt 

while helping relieve the stresses; 

of the day before vacation 



Senior Elf Day was a fund-raiser for 
prom, sponsored by Student Council. The 
week before winter break seniors sold tick- 
ets at fifty cents each to students and 
teachers who wanted to be santas. A draw- 
ing was held for each senior who sold at 
least ten dollars worth of tickets to deter- 
mine who the lucky santa was. 

On Elf Day, December 21, 1990, seniors 
dressed up like elves and served as slaves 
to their santas. Elves came decked out in 
leotards, jingle bells and santa hats. Elf 
Day was a successful fund raiser as well as 
an oppurtunity for students to show their 
holiday spirit. 

-Rebecca Karnak 



Clockwise: Elves, Debra Isgro, Carla Matiaska, Liz 
Mazzei and Rebecca Karnak getting ready for a fun 
day. 





184 



Elf, Kevin Vance and his Santa, Emily 
Smayda enjoying the day. 



Seniors 



Remember When...EHS 



During their four years of high school, 
he seniors collected many fond memories 
if their time here which they will carry 
nth them throughout their lives. Here are 
iut some of the many which the seniors 
/ere only to happy to recall: 
essica Kovac remembers when Brandy 
<Jickell hit her head on the diving board at 

swim meet as a freshman, 
toger Kunes recalls when his freshman 
iaseball team went 24-0, and then went 
4-2 as the J.V. team, 
trandy Nickell remembers when the guys 
i school weighed nore than she did. 
Michelle Randolph has fond memories of 
tobert Smith winning football games for 
Luclid. 

/lissy Rocco recalls when Carla Matiaska 
hought a roach clip was actually used to 
ill roaches in A. P. Physics class. 
Irian Sargent remembers running the 50- 
d dash in the hall for gym class and a 
reshman ran so fast, he couldn't stop and 
e hit the wall and fell into a classroom, 
'henise Slaughter remembers when the 
^lass of '87 was fighting in the cafeteria. 
'om Shannon remembers when he bor- 



rowed a pen in woodworking class and 
gave his wallet to the teacher for collater- 
al, promising to give him his wallet he if 
lost the pen. As he went to talk to some 
friends, he slipped and the pen flew out the 
window. He tried to climb out the window 
to retrieve it, but heard the teacher coming 
and slipped, knocking some wooden pro- 
jects outside with the pen, kicking some- 
one in the head and breaking the window, 
causing the glass to go into the heater. His 
teacher was so mad he started spitting, but 
Tom did get his wallet back. 
Stephanie Slogar recalls having more time 
in between classes. 

Bruce Torzewski remembers when every- 
thing wasn't cheap and bio-degradable. 
Rosie Valentic recalls when her friend 
Marci claimed her locker wouldn't open, 
but it would have if she would have taken 
the lock out of the whole. 
Jayne Vurusic remembers when she 
tripped up the stairs as a freshman and fell 
right in front of Bill Wagner. 
Rebecca Weaver recalls when Mr. Sheck 
ripped off his shirt at an assembly. 
Derrick Willis recalls when lunch was 



$1.20. 

Janene Zakrajsek remembers when Char- 
lie Yurcich and Matt Garbincus had a 
fruit slurping contest at lunch and Charlie 
slurped so hard the fruit jello came out of 
his nose. 

Frank Dengel recalls when Mr. Serra 
would make a song out of everything. 
Maria Cook remembers when Mrs. Krup 
assigned her to three different homerooms 
at once. 

Sonia Cencic remembers when Mr. Gubi- 
tosi and Mr. Von Benken had the greatest 
Halloween costumes. 
Aaron Haselbusch remembers when Eu- 
clid actually had a good Halloween dance 
in 1987. 

Joseph Cesa recalls when there was a fire 
in the cafeteria during fourth period 
lunch. 

Lisa Eaton has memories of Mr. Hart- 
mann always reminding his class when 
those all important papers were due. 
Sue Hamilton remembers when Mr. Smith 
had his fly down and everyone was embar- 
rassed to tell him. 





leredith FitzGerald remembers when she joined the Patti Burke remembering her friendship with David Kramer and Tony Curry remembering their 
ruit-Of-The-Loom bunch for Halloween. Michael Clay. good times together on their bicycles. 



Seniors 



185 



Remember When...Central 



The seniors were asked to recall some of 
their more memorable moments concern- 
ing their experiences at Euclid Central. 
These are some of the responses: 
Megan Straub, Liz Mazzei, and Terri Bla- 
sius would throw Brandy Nickell down the 
hall and then run and jump on her. 
Joe Cesa remembers when Mr. Fritch 
brought his rabbit, Solid, to school and let 
it crap on the floor. 

Christine Cotter, Liz Mazzei, Kelly 
Daugherty, and Terri Blasius would pur- 
posely trip in the halls and throw their 
books everywhere. 

Lisa Eaton remembers "when we had air 
conditioning to keep us cool!" 
Jozelia Grace remembers when the girls' 
track team only won two meets. 
Maureen Hannan remembers when she 



was taking French from Miss Foley and 
she would show her how to say "bon" with 
a nasal sound. 

Michael Holly remembers when he ran for 
president. 

Aaron Haselbusch and Denise Johnson re- 
member when Central used to be the 
Lions. 

Charity Jones remembers when all the 
boys used to put mirrors on their shoes and 
look up all the girls' skirts. 
Cathy Kubinski remembers when dances 
actually used to be fun! 
Michael O'Neill remembers the earth- 
quake he didn't even feel. 
Eric Osborne remembers the dumb chimes 
that went off after every period. 
Engelbert Puhalj remembers when he had 
paper hanging out his pants. 



Jonasis Smith remembers when there were 

two junior high schools and they used to] 

play each other at Euclid Stadium. 

Tanis Taylor remembers when lunch was] 

$1.00. 

Kim Taylor remembers going to McDon-i 

aid's after a dance, getting kicked out, and* 

having to stand in the snow for half am 

hour. 

Leonard Craig remembers when Central 

was an okay school. 

Brandy Nickell remembers when thei 

cheerleaders wore their uniforms to.i 

school. 

Missy Rocco remembers when Kim Mi- 

kich and Steve Burke were set up on the« 

track bus by the coaches in eighth grade. 




Top: Justin Daugherty and Roger Kunes think about the good old times in Mr. 
Reno's physics class. Bottom: The students that went to Homecoming will surely 
remember it for the rest of their lives. 



Top: Kim Mikich and Missy Rocco have been friends throughout high school and] 
will probably remain so for years to come. Bottom: Hope Schmidt, Michelle] 
Springer and Donna Hoag enjoying themselves while waiting for students to visit 
them during freshman orientation. 




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Seniors 



Remember When...Forest Park 



The seniors were asked to recall some of 
heir memories of life at Forest Park, 
lere's what they had to say: 
ayne Vurusic remembers when she was 
tanding on the toilet during gym class 
ithout any shoes, looking in the mirror, 
'hen her foot slid into the toilet, 
om Shannon remembers when he was 
unning to his locker after school, and he 
ipped and slid on his stomach halfway 
own the hall. 

oger Kunes remembers when Forest 
ark whooped Central and won the Rich- 
lond Heights wrestling tournament. 



Ken Wolenski remembers the Toronto trip 
when he, Heath Clemence, and Mike 
Cvelbar got lost in the Toronto Zoo and 
Mr. Zovack had to come looking for them. 
Terra Proctor remembers when Mr. Abra- 
hamson swore at the choir group but no 
one took him seriously. 
Kevin Kinsella remembers the last day of 
school, when they checked everyone's bags 
for eggs, and they hid them at Heath Cle- 
mence's house. 

Chris Ciulla remembers when he was wres- 
tling with Scott Gould and Brian Guilfoyle 
in their hotel room during the eighth grade 



trip to Toronto and they broke the bed and 
the picture glass. 

Betsy Cayne remembers when Kim Miller 
married the overhead in Mr. Smolinski's 
history class. 

Janet Hula remembers when Forest Park 
actually beat Central in sports. 
Scott Gould remembers when Stacie Yu- 
has got handcuffed to his mother's 
Cadillac. 

Rebecca Weaver remembers when Spanky 
ate the leftover ice cream bars theat peo- 
ple threw away during fifth period lunch. 




Seniors 



187 



With final deadlines for the 89-90 yearbook in February, activ- 
ities after that point obviously could not be included in that 
edition. Therefore, in order to include such activities as: the 
Winter and Spring plays, Spring sports, Wai Napolo, SADD 
assembly, Big Show, Commencement and Prom, we created a 
looking back section to accomodate these activities. 
-Jennie Ayers 




188 



Memories Divider 




..while Lee Jackson hands off to India Ford 
jvho managed to finish first. 



The Swim and Gym, sponsored by Student Council, gave students a chance to swim, play basketball and volleyball, 
dance and do many other things. 



Robert Smith ends his illustrious high school career with a smile. 




Lisa Marvin and Missy Ball looking nice during Se- 
nior Senior Prom. 



Memories Divider 



189 



Baseball team, Row one; Brian Guilfoyle, Greg Bachelor, Jack Richards, Matt 
McPeek, Rob Mingle, Chad Bracken, Chris Mannello, Coach Ray Fisher. Row 
two: Matt Garbincus, John Parsons, Jim Batteiger, Jack Nemecek, Tim Hoff- 
man, Greg Gerland, Roger Kunes, Matt Carpenter. Row three: Coach Jeff 
Hartmann, Chris Fakult, Scott Danna, Marlon Moore, Dan Spehar, Ed Zivnoska, 
Doug Higham, Head Coach Paul Serra. 



J.V. Baseball, Row one: Joe Leonardi, Bill Jerin, Brian Dunmire, PhilSillia, Bil 
Eppich, Matt Faulisi, Jeff Grossman. Row two: Mark Cickavage, Joe Sweet 
Jason Phillis, Kevin Flyrtt, Jason Majercik, Coach Dennis Turkall. Row three 
John Vuyancih, Joe Godina, Nicholas Burdock, Greg Bitner, Joshua Samas, Johi 
Arlesic, Adam Reichman. 



The Varsity Baseball Team completed an out- 
standing season as they lost in the state semi-finals to 
eventual state champion, Upper Arlington. With a 



final season record of 32-3, the Panthers were sec- 
tional, district and regional champions as well as 
winning their fourth straight Greater Cleveland Con- 




ference Championship. The victory total was the sec 
ond highest in the school's history, topped only by th( 
1 982 state champions' record of 34 wins. 



Grand Slam Season 

Baseball team goes to state semifinals 





VARSITY BASEBALL 




EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


7 


Holy Name 




5 


7 


Stow 




4 


7 


Shaker Hts. 




2 


12 


Lakewood 




7 


3 


Ash. Edgewood 







8 


Mentor 




1 


7 


St. Joseph 







12 


Brush 




3 


6 


Bedford 







5 


Eastlake North 




10 


12 


Wickliffe 




1 


6 


Maple Hts. 




3 


6 


Mayfield 




3 


9 


Lake Catholic 




2 


14 


Wil. South 




6 


11 


Chanel 




6 


1 


Bedford 




6 


5 


Bay Village 




4 


7 


Mentor 




4 


3 


St. Ignatius 




1 


21 


Chardon 




2 


12 


Eastlake North 




4 


18 


Pain. Riverside 




4 


4 


Brush 







17 


Maple Hts. 




9 


8 


St. Ignatius 




2 


5 


Mayfield 




2 


9 


Geneva 




1 


7 


Mayfield 




6 


7 


Bay Village 







5 


Wil. South 







6 


Lakewood 




1 


2 


Admiral King 


jA 


1 


9 


Kent Roosevelt 


4 


4 


Upper Arlington 




7 


SEASON RECORD WON 32 LOST 3 




G.C.C RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 




LEAGUE FINISH FIRST 







The accomplishments of thi$»y,ear's J.V. Baseball team 
were as great. The best record in history was achieved,: 
26-1. A record 25 straight wins also, beat last year's 24 
straight wins. An undefeated G.C.C. season at 14-0 and 
a sixth straight G.C.C title were turned in by the team. 
A strong pitching staff recorded seven shutouts and held 
their opponents to only one run on seven other games. 
The offense scored 282 runs, averging over 10 runs a 
game, to their opponents 48 runs, a less than two run 
average. 



Freshman Baseball, Row one: Ray Morris, Greg Cherne, 
Mark Kovacevich, Jim Sas, Tom Gugliotta, John Nolan. 
Row two: Ron Siedler, Ron Hornyak, Eric Cantini, Chad 
Dulla, Keith Eubank, Mike Nagy. Row three: Coach John 
Cayne, Chad Dixon, Vince Sztul, Matt Davis, Marty Mou- 
shey, Ben Juengel, Joe McCrone. 




EUCLID 

7 



J.V. BASEBALL 



Holy Name 

3 Stow 

9 Shaker 

1 Lakewood 

15 Ash. Edgewood 

7 Mentor 

3 Brush 
18 Bedford 

4 North 

28 St. Joseph 

16 Wickliffe 

1 1 Maple 

5 Mayfield 

1 2 Lake Catholic 
5 South 

1 8 Bedford 

8 Bay Village 
1 8 Chanel 

1 1 Mentor 

9 St. Ignatius 

2 North 
5 Brush 

36 Maple 

11 St. Ignatius 

4 Mayfield 

7 South 

9 Lakewood 
SEASON RECORD WON 26 LOST 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 14 LOST O 
LEAGUE FINISH FIRST 



OPPONENT 
C 



190 



Baseball 








Varsity Softball: Row one: Christina Pinzarroni, Kim Swearingen, Cyndy Kra- J.V. Softball, Row one: Meghan Gorman, Stacey Apanaites, Colleen Gallagher, 

mer, Angie Collins, Cynthia Grubach, Debby Risko. Row two: Sue Hamilton, Heather Pall. Row two: Jennifer Melnyk, Jenny Dietz, Kelly Hodder, Ann 

Tracey Filipasic, Corri Turkall, Marlene Hribar, Jennifer Kacperski, Brandy Ruggeri, Amora Francis. 
Reichman, Coach Daniel Maxson. 





Softballers strike out 

Girls have frustrating season 




*S*w 




The 1990 softball season saw the 
Panthers finish with a 5-9 ledger in the 
G.C.C. and a 7-17 overall record. For a 
second straight season, Euclid com- 
bined a difficult schedule with a young 
lineup as they build for the future. It 



J.V. SOFTBALL 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


6 


Trinity 






25 


6 


Cent. Catholic 






5 


4 


Brush 






6 


7 


South 






20 


2 


Bedford 






3 


5 


North 






6 


5 


Mayfield 






10 





Mentor 






15 


7 


North 






8 


3 


Holy Name 






13 


6 


Mentor 






7 


1 


Maple 






26 


3 


Brush 






11 





Wickliffe 






13 





South 






11 


1 


Maple 






19 


9 

1 


Hawken 
Mayfield 




S 


5 
2 


1 


Bedford 






1 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 


13 




3.C.C. 


RECORD WON 4 LOST 10 






LEAGUE FINISH SIXTH 










was a tough season for the J.V. softball 
team as they were short in numbers and 
weak on offense early on. The J.V. team 
overcame injuries, position changes and 
a nine game losing streak to finish 6-13. 



Freshman Softball, Row one: Chrissy Bunn, Jennifer, Kris- 
ten Akos, Julie Montagner, Michelle, Becky. Row two: Mer- 
edith Mihalic, Dawn Medved, Jean Enneper, Cathy Caine, 
Melissa Powalie, Coach Mike Rezzolla. 








VARSITY SOFTBALL 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


1 




Trinity 6 


1 




Trinity 4 


4 




Cent. Catholic 1 3 


8 




Brush 1 


2 




Wil. South 9 


17 




Bedford 1 


1 




East. North 7 


8 




Mayfield 13 







Mentor 12 


7 




East. North 8 



1 




Holy Name 4 
Mentor 6 


8 




Maple Hts. 20 


2 




Brush 3 


5 




Wickliffe 9 


12 




Maple Hts. 8 


2 
1 




South 5 
Padua 2 


3 




Wil. South 4 


4 




Maple Hts. 3 


3 




Hawken 4 


19 




Bedford 


14 




Mayfield 6 


13 




Padua 8 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 17 


G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 


LEAGUE FINISH SIXTH 



Softball 



191 



Boys Go Undefeated 

Track sends Smith and Bell to Stati 




Boy's Track, Row one: Frank Soltesz, Robert Yoe, Marcos Gomez, Dan Grisez, 
Philip Walczak, Matt Schwartz, Norman Berry. Row two: Harry Luikart, Ben Pfahl, 
Dave Grice, Kevin Vance, Robert Lemieux, John Haggerty, Kirk Gilbert. Row two: 
Larry Nosse, Bryan Peoples, Darryl East, Christopher Atlas, Ken Wolenski, Jeff 
Brown, Shawn Thompson, Nehvon Tolbert, Vidal Curry, Raeshuan Jernigan, Monte 
Jackson, Paulnetta Wilcox. Row four: Asst coach Frank Soltesz, Robert Smith, 
Jermaine McCaleb, Patrice Ward, John Wandersleben, Coach Bob Ramlow. 



Freshman Boy's Track, Row one: Shawn Thompson, Bryan Peoples, Bob Li 
mieux, Mark Ski. Row two: Darryl Badley, Kirk Gilbert, Monte Jackson, Coac 
Frank Soltesz. 



The boy's outdoor track team went unde- 
feated this season with a record of eight wins 
and no losses. The team won the Euclid Re- 
lays, the G.C.C. Conference and the District 
Track Meet and then took third place honors 
in the State Meet. 

Robert Smith placed second in the State 
Meet in the 100 m dash, second in the 400 m 
dash and third in the 200 m dash. Bob Bell 
finished fourth in the 1600 m run. 




India Ford, Bob Jones, Ken Wolenski, Bob Bell and 
Meredith Fitzgerald stretching out before their 
event. 





'BOY'S TRACK 






EUCLID 




OPPONFNT 


71 


Mentor 




61 


91.7 


St. Joseph 




40.3 


118 


Wil. South 




14 


94 


North 




38 


87.5 


Bedford 




39.5 


108 


Maple 




24 


113.5 


Mayfield 




18.5 


100.7 


Brush 




31.3 


SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 




G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 






LEAGUE FINISH first 









FRESHMAN TRACK 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


60 


Mentor Mem. 71 


50 


Mentor Shore 82 


49 


Riverside 8* 


54 


Mayfield 76 



SEASON RECORD WON LOST 4 



192 



Boy's Track 



Girl's Track Struggles... 

but Ford takes State 




GIRLS' TRACK 



Jirl's Track, Row one: Karen Radachy, Lee Jackson, Bridget Negrelli, Coleen 
Iradach, Becky Weaver, Virginia Bush, Tosha Elliott, Jodi Holny, Denise Riedel. 
low two: Lisa Riedel, Wendy Myles, Angie Popp, Jody Wallette, Jennifer Daly, 
Caren Phipps, Vakeeta Simmons, Mo-Sadi Garner. Row three: Coach Pete 
ichwenke, Monica Tomazic, Kathy Walsh, Angela Jorz, Kim Schmidt, April 
,uikart, Meredith Fitzgerald, India Ford, Juliet Blackford, Coach Tomasi. Row 
our: Coach York, Yolanda Richards, Shannon Marek, Stacie Evans, Latonya 
imith, Dion Sims, Stacey Brown, Marganna Hartman, Erika Drake. Not pic- 
ured: Jill Tomasi, Bi Castro, Miriam Hohs. 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


62 


Collinwood 59 


62 


Madison 43 


63 


Solon 65 


53 


South 75 


58 


North 70 


70 


Bedford 58 


86 


Maple 41 


56 


Mentor 72 


77 


Mayfield 51 


90 


Brush 38 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 4 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 


LEAGUE FINISH THIRD 



FRESHMAN GIRLS' TRACK 



EUCLID 

71 
51 
77 
52.5 



Mentor Mem. 
Mentor Shore 
Riverside 
Mentor Ridge 



OPPONENT 

52 

70 

42 

52.5 



SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 1 TIE 1 



The girls' track team struggled to a 6-4 
-ecord, but took a third place finish at the 
State meet. The State championship 3200 
Meter Relay Team of Lee Jackson, Mer- 
edith FitzGerald, Jenifer Daly and India 
Ford. India Ford also was the State Cham- 
Dion in the 1600 Meter and 3200 Meter 
Runs. Meredith FitzGerald finished 
fourth in the 1600 Meter Run. 



Joys' Tennis, Row one: Andy Newsome, Andy Sadler, Bill Aube, Jae Amos. Row 
wo: David de Pas Penas, Matt Killion, Eric Green, Coach Peter Swope. 



The boy's tennis team did not win a 
match but foreign exchange student Dave 
De Las Penas captured the crown at first 
singles in the G.C.C. He finished the sea- 
son with a 17-4 record and qualified for 
the district tournament. 



India Ford winning the 3200 m relay, 
while Mr. Collins gives her the time. 





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VARSITY BOYS' TENNIS 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


1 


Lake Cath. 4 


1 


West Geauga 4 


1 


Wil. South 4 


1 


East. North 4 


1 


Mayfield 4 


2 


Mentor 3 





Padua 5 





Lakewood 5 


1 


Brush 4 


2 


Normandy 3 


1 


Cleve. Hts. 4 



SEASON RECORD WON LOST 1 1 



Girl's Track/Boy's Tennis 



193 




Annie 



Big show turns out to be huge success 




The 1990 Big Show took Euclid by 
storm. The production was the popular 
tale of the little orphan "Annie." Six audi- 
ences packed the auditorium each night 
and responded with six standing ovations. 

The show was painstakingly put togeth- 
er by the director Ms. Bambic, the vocal 
music director Mr. Newell, orchestra di- 
rector Mr. Alspaugh, choreographer Ms. 
Sally Parrino and the technical director 
Mr. Black. Long hours and large head- 
aches molded the show into the great pro- 
duction that it was. 

Annie toils with her fellow orphans un- 
der the cruel Ms. Hannigan, all the while, 
dreaming of finding her real parents. Luck 
stops in when the millionaire Oliver War- 
bucks adopts Annie, with the encourage- 
ment of his secretary, Grace Farrell. The 
child has a great effect on Warbucks by 
turning his hard business personality into a 
soft-hearted sentimentality. He immedia- 
tely begins a search for Annie's real par- 
ents brings con-men into the show who are 
out for the $50,000 reward, con-men such 
as "the Rooster" Hannigan and his girl- 
friend Lily St. Regis. In the end, good 
triumphs over greed as "Daddy" War- 
bucks eventually adopts Annie for good. 

Thousands saw "Annie" and none were 
disappointed. The show was a smashing 
success, and it also left every cast member 
with a load of memories which will not 
easily be erased. "Annie" will live in infa- 
my in the mind who saw it. 

Bill (Rooster) Castrovince 





The cast enjoying themselves during the show. 




M ?;. 




194 



Big Show 



Splish-Splash 

Wai Napolo 'Splashin through the 80V 




Swim Show 1990 featured sixteen num- 
bers set to the music of the 1980's. The 
songs were: Can You Feel It, Hangin' 
Tough, Double Vision, 1999, Boy In The 
Box, We Belong, Hard For Me To Say I'm 
Sorry, You've Got It (The Right Stuff), 
Stranger In Paradise, Axel F, Greatest 
Love, Still Rock And Roll To Me, Thrill- 
er, School's Out, Save A Prayer and Eter- 
nal Flame. Senior Show Director was 
Dawn Kirchner and Junior Show Director 
was Sheri Gezann. The club is sponsored 
by Mrs. Katie Morris and Mrs. Debra 
Turpin. The evening was narrated by Bill 
Castrovince. 




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Swim Show 



Two Short Plays 



Once again, the Euclid High 
School Drama Club presented a 
Winter play. Actually there were two 
short plays. The first was "Mirrors", 
a one-act play and "Where are you 
going Hollis Jay?", a funny two-act 
play. The plays were performed 
twice for the public and once for se- 
lected English classes. 

In "Mirrors", Fred, the father, 
isn't sure if his family or his psychol- 
ogist is real. The play is really taking 
place inside of his head but the audi- 
ence doesn't know what is going on 
until the end of the play. Even after 
its over, no one knows for sure who is 
or isn't real. 

The second play, "Where are you 
going, Hollis Jay?" was a comedy 
about two college kids who fall in 
love. Even though they have trouble 
expressing their feelings for each 
other, the audience knows exactly 
what's going on in their minds. 

The plays were directed by Miss 
Sue Amato and made for an enjoy- 
able evening. 

-Judita Beder 




Anthony Cirino and Valena Maddox learning about 
human relations in "Where are you going, Hollis 
Jay?" 



Pam Buehner and Judy Beder sharing thoughts with Brendan Kelley. 





Brendan Kelley discussing events with Bridget Ramsay and 
Steve Ritchie. 



MIRRORS 

Fred Peterson Brendan Kelley 

Freddie Peterson Judita Beder 

Chip Peterson Steve Ritchie 

Marita Peterson Pam Buehner 

Mother Bridget Ramsay 

Doctor Tamiko Carter 

WHERE ARE YOU GOING, HOLLIS 
JAY? 

Hollis Jay Anthony Cirino 

Ellie McCuen Valena Maddox 



196 



Winter Play 



Re-establishing Tradition 

Spring Play returns to Euclid 



The 1989-90 theater season finished with 
the production of the famous high school play, 
"The Curious Savage." This show had been 
staged at Euclid in past years, but its return 
was quite symbolic in itself. The Spring Play 
was not run at the end of the 1988-1989 year, 
so Mr. McGuinness wanted this production to 
re-establish the glory of the post winter drama 
tradition. 

Veteran actor and former Euclid High 
School teacher Frank Molaro was brought in 
to direct the play. The performers benefitted 
from the opinions of an outside source and it 
gave them a chance to showcase their talents 
in the eyes of experience. 

The play was a story of greed versus re- 
memberance of a lost one. The Savage family 
of Lilly Belle (Jennifer Mason), Samuel (Jim 
Masterson) and Titus (W. Castrovince) de- 
cide to commit their stepmother Ethel (Lisa 
Hunt) for her "irresponsible actions" since 
their father's death. However, Mrs. Savage 
has taken her share of the estate to be given 
away in the form of a memorial fund in honor 
of her husband. When the children demand 
the money to be returned, Mrs. Savage fights 
for her memorial fund with the help of the 
inmates of the "big house": Shirley May (De- 
bra Long), Hannibal (Jeff Syroney), Jeff (An- 
thony Cirino), Florence (Sonja Jones) and 
Mrs. Paddy (Wendy Bydash). The cast was 
rounded out by the ever helpful nurse Miss 
Willie (Katie Ells) and the wise Doctor Era- 
mett (Tom Kermode). 

The play was the swan song for the seniors 
of the cast. Unfortunately, their final perfor- 
mances were seen by few. It's a shame the 
attendance of the arts has slowly declined, 
because those who aren't witnesses to the pro- 
ductions which Euclid has to offer are missing 
out on the incredible talent they possess. Take 
the time to attend some of the productions 
and broaden your cultural horizons. You can 
never expand them too far. 

-Bill (Titus) Castrovince 




THE CURIOUS SAVAGE 

Florence Sonja Jones 

Hannibal Jeff Syroney 

Shirley May Debra Long 

Jeffrey Anthony Cirino 

Mrs. Paddy Wendy Bydash 

Titus William Castrovince 

Samuel Jim Masterson 

Lilly Belle Jennifer Mason 

Ethel Lisa Hunt 

Miss Wilhelmina Katie Ells 

Dr. Emmett Thomas Kermode 





Trying to decide what to do 
about mother. 






Spring Play 



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On April 3, 1990 the Health Fair 
was presented in the old gym. It was 
organized by Mrs. Jan Carlson and 
Miss Pat Buck. It consisted of many 
health screenings and demonstra- 
tions dealing with such topics as: 
Blood pressure, blood sugar, body 
fat, cholesterol, lung capacity and 
many other health related subjects. 
Many agencies had booths set up to 
distribute literature to interested stu- 
dents. Students could come to the 
demonstrations during their lunch 
periods or some entire classes at- 
tended. The purpose was to get stu- 
dents interested in living healthy 
lives. 



Live Healthy 





Students getting their blood pressure checked. Mr. Raicevich looking over the Sports Medicine 

Clinic. 





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WO FC SSFf — li 



Learning about keeping bones alligned. 



Trying to eat healthy. 



Don't Drive Drunk 

SADD shows perils of driving drunk 



The Students Against Driving 
Drunk presented an assembly show- 
ing the dangers inherent in driving 
while under the influence of alcohol. 
Some students were picked to 'die' in 
alcohol related accidents. Their obit- 
uaries were read and alcohol related 
accident pictures were shown during 
the assembly. Tombstones for the 
'victims' adorned the balcony. The 
students also had the opportunity to 
listen to an actual victim of a drunk 
driver who was permanently 
handicapped. 




Some of the students who 'died' during the SADD 
assembly. 



Tracy was permanently disabled by a drunk driver 
and talked to students at the assembly. 



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Health Fair/SADD Assembly 



Swinging to the music 



In March of 1990, Euclid High 
School had the pleasure of listening 
to one of the finest college jazz en- 
sembles in the country. The South 
Carolina State Jazz Ensemble. The 
ensemble had the classic elements of 
a jazz band such as trombones, saxa- 
phones and trumpets. They also had 
quite a few soloists in their ensemble 
that sounded like they were profes- 
sional musicians. The ensemble 
played a combination of contempo- 
rary jazz and some modern jazz 
which blended well. The group was 
well received by everyone who 
attended. 

Jonasis Smith 





Senior Citizens Swing 

tudent Council sponsors Prom for senior citizens 



Student Council again sponsored 
a Prom for senior citizens. It was a 
fun night where citizens from the 
Euclid community came to the high 
school and were treated by the mem- 
bers of Student Council to a fun eve- 
ning of dancing and treats. This 
event has become very popular and 
the students and senior citizens get a 
chance to dress up and show off. 





Jazz Ensemble/Senior Senior Prom 



199 



The best of the class 



C.E.C. honors students for citizenshi] 

N.H.S. shows achievemenl 



Some of the students who 
received CEC awards. 



The new members of the 
National Honor Society. 




Citizenship, CEC, awards are giv- 
en to students who show a high de- 
gree of interest in a class and go out 
of their way to strive for achieve- 
ment. They show that the student is 
trying to accomplish a great deal in 
the class. They are not necessarily 
given to the student with the highest 
grade. The purpose of these awards 
was to someone, other than the best 
student, a chance to get some 
recognition. 

On May 24, 1990 the annual Se- 
nior Awards assembly took place in 
the Little Theater. Its purpose was to 
give recognition to all the academic 
awards that were given to the class of 
1990. Awards were presented by ei- 
ther school administrators or by rep- 
resentatives from the many organi- 
zations that gave the awards. Some 
of the awards were plaques or certifi- 
cates but many of them were schol- 
arships which would help the recipi- 
ents in higher education. 

The National Honor Society held 
its induction at the end of the school 
year. There was a breakfast for all 
the candidates in the cafeteria and 
then the induction was held in the 
Auditorium for those who made the 
requirements for induction. The 
NHS is for students who have 
achieved in service to the community 
as well as scholastically. 



Superintendent Kurt Stanic ad- 
dressing the NHS induction. 




200 



C.E.C. Awards/Senior Awards/N.H.S. Induction 



The End... 

And The Beginning 



The 1990 Prom was held on 
Wednesday June 6 at Landerhaven 
Country Club for the third consecu- 
tive year. The evening included din- 
ner and dancing, ending at midnight 
with the Prom theme song "Wonder- 
ful Tonight." Afterwards, breakfast 
was served at the Normandy Party 
Center. There couples danced the 
night away until 4 A.M. 

Senior Commencement took place 
the Saturday following Prom at 3 
P.M. at the Front Row Theatre. Sa- 
lutatorian Deborah L. Sarpolis and 
Valedictorian Jennifer Mason both 
gave emotional speeches, making 
Commencement a solemn occasion. 
Principal William McGuinness, Su- 
perintendent Kurt Stanic, and Board 
of Education President Kay Van Ho 
remarked on the Class of 1990. 

-Rebecca Karnak 





Couples mingling before the dancing 
began. Robert Smith being interviewed 
by Channel 8. Pictures are a very im- 
portant part of the Prom experience. 




Jennifer Mason giving her emotional speech at 
commencement. 



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Debra Sarpolis speaking at commencement. 



Walking into the Front Row during the Processional. 



Prom/Commencement 



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We Appreciate Our Patrons 



BUSINESS PATRONS 



DR. ALLAN A. ROLFE, 

DENTIST 

22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Suite #206 

289-8998 

Dr. Allan A. Rolfe 



MAMA CALENA'S PIZZA 

711 Babbitt Rd. 
Euclid, OH 44123 
261-1168 261-1169 
Mama Catena's Pizza 

PAUL J. HRIBAR, Attorney At Law 

A. M. Pena Building - Suite 500 

27801 Euclid Avenue 

Euclid, OH 44132-3589 

261-0200 

Paul J. Hribar 



REGAL SHOE SHOP 

466 Euclid Square Mall 

Euclid, OH 44132 

289-5024 

Regal Shoe Shop 



FACULTY PATRONS 



Jane Addis 

Justin Antonini 

Ron Backos 

Sandi Bambic 

Stan Bender 

Charlotte Bensusan 

Allen Black 

Dolores Black 

Rosalie Fette 

Mr. Thomas Gubitosi 

Pat Habat 

Carolyn Heuer 



Frank Hoffert 
Frank Jablonski 

Jane Lellis 

Joan Lidrbauch 

Karen Little 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Lomac 

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Manburg 

Judy McLaughlin 

Mrs. Edie Mellen 

Frank Perez 

Robert Petrovic 

Robert and Barbara Ramlow 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reno 

Mr. C. Michael Robinson 

Sandy Sanborn 

The Schmelings 

Paul Serra 

Mrs. Paula Sheridan 

Frank, Christina and Frankie Soltesz 

Bill Von Benken 

Connie Warman 

Mary White 

The Yuhas Family 

Judith Zubizarreta 



PARENT PATRONS 



Jr. and Jan Blasius/Tberesa Blasius 

Frank S. and Catherine M. Burke/Stephen Burke 

Bob and Marilyn Carney/Kelly Carney 

Congratulations Kelly Marie 
We love you 
Mom, Dad and Joe 

Alecia Swaney & Edward Carroll/Jason Carroll 



Arriano and Janice Cesa/Joseph Cesa 

Keith and Carol Clark/Keith Clark 

Good Luck in whatever you do. 

Eric and Marilyn Clark/Shaun Clark 

Shaun, We are pretty lucky to have a terrific son like you. We are very proud of 

you. 

Love, Mom and Dad. 



Patrons 



PARENT PATRONS 



Ralph and Jeannine Cosiano/Ralph Cosiano Jr. 

Dear Ralph, 

Go for it! Big and everything! You make us very proud! Stay happy. 

Love, Dad and Mom and Nina. 

Marguerite Curry/Vidal Curry 

Good Luck Vidal and the Class of "91" 
Love, Ms. Curry. 

Denise and Steve DiBiase/Christopher DiBiase 

Chip, 

Reach for the stars! 

We love you, Mom and Dad. 

Kathleen Dreis/Jennifer Dreis 

Karen Duke/Bryan Duke 

Bryan, We're so proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Mike. 

Shelley M. East/Darryl East 

ro my son, Darryl; 

You have been: 

D'ynamic in your bowling ability 

A'rtistic in your graffiti 

R'apper's delight 

R'ecord mixing all night 

Y'esterday you were my bundle of joy 

L'oving little baby boy. 

[ am so proud of you and I love you very much. Good Luck in your future 

mdeavors. Remember, I will always be there for you. 

Love, Mom. 

Vlrs. Gammon/Melissa Gammon 

Karen Gilbert/ Adair Gilbert 

Paul and Catherine Hannan/Maureen Hannan 

Vtay the wind be always at your back, The Lord hold you in the palm of His hand. 
iVe hold you in our hearts and wish you courage to follow your dreams. 
Ne love you. Mom and Dad. 

lim and Georgann Hoag/Douna Hoag 

Nearest Donna, 

fou are so special and we are very proud of you. Be all that you can be. 

Ve love you. Dad and Mom. 

>aig and Linette Hoover/Craig Hoover 

iear Craig: 

rhank you so much for all the love, happiness and joy you have given us. Good 

uck in whatever you do. 

*ove, Mom and Dad and Bobby and Lisa. 

Villiam and Laurel Jerin/William Jerin 

larbara Johnson/Chenett Johnson 

tear Chenett; 

'ou are so special. Thanks for all the joy you've brought to our lives. Have a 

wonderful future. 

.ove. Mom and Dad. 

dr.and Mrs. Dennis Juhl/Katherine Juhl 

)earest Kate; 

'ou are the joy of our lives! Find happiness, success, and our continuous love in 

ach new challenge. 



Always your Mom and Dad. 

Caroline Kane/Caroline Kane 

Carpe Diem! You have been the greatest of my life. 
Love, Mom. 

Kerne Family /Joel Kerne 

Barbara E. Kramer/David Kramer 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kropf/Jeffrey Kropf 

Dear Jeff; 

Thanks for being such a great kid. Have a wonderful future. We all love you. 

Mom and Dad. 

Walter A. and Kathleen M. Kuhen/Walter Kuhen 

To our #1 goalie. We love you. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Liz, Sara and Laurel. 

Carl and Judy Kuklica/Chera Kuklica 

Chera, could it be possible that the sweet baby sucking her thumb and cuddling 

her blankie, that the precocious little girl cooking up yet another pot of 'worm 

soup', that the shy young teen so worried about losing her way at Euclid High 

never to be heard from again, stands here, a lovely young woman? As you stand 

ready to step into your future, remember and cherish your past, as we cherish you 

honey. 

Our love, Mom and Dad. 

John and Elaine Logar/Andrew Logar 

Ernest and Barbara Matiaska/Carla Matiaska 

Dear Carla, We could never have asked for a better daughter! Our pride in you is 

sky-high! 

We love you, Mom and Dad. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNamara/Mary Mc Namara 
You make us proud. 

Carolyn and Daniel Mikich/Kimberly Mikich 

Congratulations, Mertsey, you made it. May God bless you in all that you do in a 
world that needs Him. 

Zdenka and Drazen Mikulec/Patricia Mikulec 

Dear Patty; 

You will always be a model of a perfect daughter. Thank you for all the joy and 

happiness you've given us. We are very proud of you. 

Love, Mama, Dad and Nikica. 

Dalmacio and Ma Luisa Miranda/Christine Joy Miranda 

To our Christine; 

Thank you for the happiness you've given us. Continue to follow your dreams. 
Always remember our Lord and He will take care of you. We're so proud of you!!! 
We love you. Mom and Dad. 

Neil and Sondra Myers/ Andrew Myers 

Congratulations on your fine academic achievements. Best wishes for the future. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Howard and Marcia. 

Jorum Newman/Kelli Newman 

Best of luck Kelli, We love you. 

Henry and Jacqueline Nykiel/Jack Nykiel 

We love you son and we are proud of you. 

Dusanka Orsulic, Richard Orsulic 



Patrons 



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PARENT PATRONS 



Paul and Ariene Payne/Matthew Payne 

Matt, You made us all very proud. We'll always be here if you need us. Go 

airborne! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Sarah. 

Bruce and Cheryl Pfeifer/Scott Pfeifer 

James Pocaro/Michelle Pocaro 

Dear Michelle Pocaro; 
Congratulations, I love you so much. 
Dad. 

Margaret Riek/John Riek 

Mr. and MrsJames W. Sargent/Brian Sargent 

Brian; 

No con - You're a class act. 

Love, Mom and Dad. 

Gary and Kathie Sarpolis/Kristen and Lauren Sarpolis 

Kristen and Laurie; 

Make the most of your high school days. We're proud of you! 

Bill and Karen Schaefer/Christine Schaefer 

Schnoodle... Spot. ..Bones.. .Tambourine Girl. .. Princess. ..Chi-Chi... Jelly Bean. ..put 
them all together and what do you get? The best daughter any parent could ask 
for. We are so proud of you. Dare to dream. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Robert and Linda Schmidt/Kim Schmidt 

Tigger, Tigger, we love you. You were born in the SPRING and put BOUNCE 
into our lives. You are a parent's delight. 



Love, Mom and Dad. 
Delores C. Spayda/Christopher Spayda 
Randolph and Nancy Wood/Jamie Stohler 
Linda Turchik/Linda Turchik 

Lavella A. Wilcox/Paulnetta Wilcox 

Be all that you are. Always keep your head up and think before you do. Always 
have a goal in life and reach for that goal and you will always be on top of the 
world. Thank God for all of His blessings whether they be good or bad for these 
are the things that make you a woman. Good luck in college. Good luck in life. 
Love you always, Baby Girl. Mother. 

Bruce and Terry Willingham/Melissa Willingham 

Melissa, We gave you our best, and you gave us yours. We're proud and we love 
you Mudge. 
Mom and Dad. 

Bob and Debby Young/Paul Young 

Paul, Congratulations! We are all so proud of you and wish you the best in the 
future. May God bless you and guide you always. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Nate, Kathy and Valerie. 

Bob and Karen Yuhas/Stacie Yuhas 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zakrajsek/Janene Zakrajsek 

To our dearest Janene; 

Be all that you can be. Set your goals; follow your dreams. Have a successful 

future. We're so very proud of you and love ya bunches!!! 

Mom and Dad. 




BLAZE: "SHOOT" for the 
stars. The future is yours. We 
will always be there for you. 
We love you, 
Dad, Mom and Mike 




Stephen, 

Dreams can come true, and we hope 

that all your dreams become a realit. 

We'll always love you and support 

your dreams. 

Mommy and Daddy 




Jason, 

From your first breath of life 

we've known no greater joy. 

Best wishes always, 

Love, Mom and Dad 



204 



Patrons 




Dear Joe, 

A person of words and not of deeds is 
like a garden full of weeds. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Dear brother and sister, 
May the heavens above bring you 
down to earth. And may we be to- 
gether again. 

Love Adair to Leroy to the both of 
us 












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Dear Bill, 


Step 3 completed. You always ac- 
complished things. We didn't worry 
a bit. 


Mom and Dad 




To My Beautiful Melissa, 
I am so proud to have watched you grow from 
this tiny child into the wonderful young wom- 
an you have become. Thank you for a very 
special relationship. May it continue to flour- 
ish throughout the years. 
Love, Mom 




Joel, 

We are so very proud of your accomplish- 
ments and of the person you have become. We 
are sure that whatever goals you set for your- 
self, you will reach! May God bless you and 
guide your footsteps as you travel through 
college and life. 
Love, Your family 




Andy, 

The only difference between men 
and boys, is the price of their toys!!! 
With memories filled with love. 
Mom, Dad and Chris 







Dear Richard, 

This is a picture of your first big step in life to 
remind you that your next big step is near. 
Continue to follow your dreams and hopefully 
you will always remain on solid ground. 
Love, Mom, Dad and Silvia 



Patrons 



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Dear Christopher, 
I love you. I'm so proud of 
you. Congratulations, Son. 
Love, Mom 



205 



INDEX 



A 



Abramovic, Helen 105 

Abriani, Reid 105 

Abshire, Michelle 23, 27, 53; 131 

Acacia Realty Professionals 55 

Academics Divider 88 

Activities Divider 20 

Ad, Student Council 182 ' 

Adams, Kelly 117 

Addis, Jane 39, 92, 202 

Addis, Robert 91 

Addy, Mitchell 148 

Administration 90 

Aides, Clinic 38 

Aides, Library 37 

Aides, Media 47 

Aides, Office 43 

Akos, Kristen 69, 117, 191 

Albano, Adam 48, 102, 131 

Albright, Derek 105 

Albright, Derykka 148 

Alesnik, Kerri 3, 149 

Alexander, Christopher 117 

Alexander, Myisha 131 

Allen, Donte 74, 105 

Alspaugh, Stephen 22, 26, 27, 30, 92, 181, 194 

Amato, Daniel 174 

American Field Service 39 

American Reliable Communications Co. 144 

Amos, Jae 27, 117, 193 

Anderson, Thomika 23, 25, 174 

Andrews, Harold 34, 62, 63, 75, 149 

Anewich, Brandi 149 

Antonini, Justin 90, 202 

Apanaites, Stacey 46, 149,191 

Appling, Marsha 23, 27, 105 

Apuzzio, John 131 

Aquilano, Gregory 117 

Araca, Anna 88, 92 

Archibald, Earl 92 

Arlesic, John 38, 63, 65, 131, 190 

Armaro, Gregory 105 

Armaro, Louis 117 

Armold, Tina 46, 149 

Arnold, Cynthia 105 

Ash, Ladrhesa 148 

Ashley, Staci 105 

Mike Pasquale, Doug Uchbar, Michelle Springer 
and Scott Gould enjoying themselves before class 
begins. 




Ashman, Joyce 23, 27, 44, 52, 58, 117 

Ashurst, Tonia 29, 117 

Aspinwall, Lisa 32, 33, 117 

Atlas, Christopher 34, 72, 84, 117, 180, 192 

Attamante, Bill 92 

Aube, William 34, 44, 45, 48, 52, 131, 193, 222 

Avery, Christine 105 

Ayer, Abby 32, 33, 104, 105 

Ayer, Amy 131 

Ayers, Jennie 22, 23, 26, 28, 37, 41, 58, 99, 116, 

131, 188 , 222 



B 



Babb, Thomas 131 

Babcock, Beth 105 

Babic, Roxanne 28, 117 

Babnik, Gregory 174 

Bachelor, Bryan 131 

Backos, Ron 52, 89, 92, 202 

Baer, Matthew 117 

Bailey III, Joseph 67, 105 

Bailey, Christopher 131 

Bailey, Kelvin 64, 117 

Bailey, Shannon 148 

Bailey, Tamika 106 

Baioni, David 67, 84, 131 

Baioni, Phillip 72, 84, 105 

Baird, Darlene 19, 27, 29, 105 

Baird, Dianne 31, 34, 174, 177, 181, 214 

Baker, Dwayne 26 

Baker, Kristal 29, 105 

Baker, Patti 149 

Ball, James 131, 220 

Bambic, Sandi 11, 92, 194, 202, 219 

Bamm, Dannielle 131 

Banach, Timothy 79, 105 1 

Banc, Tom 11, 63, 92 

Band, Marching 22 

Bank, Kiki 84 

Banning, Shelley 131 

Banzatto, Gustavo 84, 131 

Barbish, Ethel 92 

Barcza, John 92 

Barker, Brenda 91 

Barley, Matthew 149 

Barnauskas, Mike 63, 64, 65 

Barnes, Shaheena 105 

Barrett, Sharon 57, 149, 160, 164, 177, 181 

Barstow, Stephen 66, 131, 213, 216 

Bartel, Kelly 31, 76, 117 

Bartlett, Carl 105 

Bartlett, Carla 46, 149 

Barwidi, Robyn 117 

Baseball 190 

Basketball Cheerleaders 33 

Basketball, Boy's 76 

Basketball, Girl's 80 

Bauer, Gregory 23, 26, 28, 117 

Baylog, Jason 105 

Beard, Davera 131 

Bechtel, Carol 90 

Bechtel, Rebecca 117 

Bechtel, Ted 131 

Beck, Jennifer 21, 23, 24, 149, 177, 213 

Beck, Michael 42, 74, 75, 131 

Beder, Edward 131 

Behrens, Joana 51, 117 



Behun, Jody 131 

Behun, Stephen 148 

Behun, Tara 117 

Belavich, Carrie 29, 69, 105 

Beletic, Anthony 67, 117 

Bell, Adonis 105 

Bell, Brian 131 

Bell, Latrice 141, 148 

Bell, Nikki 131 

Bell, Wally 18 

Bender, Stan 92, 202 

Benjamin, De Launda 117 

Bensusan, Charlotte 92, 202 

Bergenstein, Benjamin 105 

Bernardo, Maria 105 

Berry, Jennifer 1 17 

Berzin, Mitchell 51, 53, 63, 149, M% 

Berzinskas, Michelle 53, 149, 177, 21 

Berzinskas, Tomas 131 

Bessire, Kimberly 105 

Best Products 45 

Bey, Kamel 131 

Bialko, Karrie 105 

Bibbs, Derrick 131 

Big Show 194 

Biggom, Brandon 2, 62, 64, 84, 105 

Biggom, James 105, 117 

Bilavcic, Drazan 67, 105 

Bilyk, Steve 105 

Bingham, Spencer 105 

Bingham, Wakil 105 

Birdsong, Richard 105 

Birkett III, Evand 105 

Bischof, Kimberly 105 

Bitner, Christopher 18 

Bitner, Gregory 131, 190 

Bizay, Edward 78, 131 

Black, Allen 47, 92, 145, 194, 202 

Black, Dolores 92, 202 

Black, Stven 105 

Blackford, Juliet 131, 133, 193 

Blackwell, Lamicca 117 






Jamie Stohler 

Dear Jamie; 

As you go through the stress and confusion of 
life, always remember that Jesus is the Peace 
that passes all human understanding. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 



206 



Index 



Blake, Stephen 117 

Blasius, Theresa 80, 81, 149, 160. 

186, 202, 204, 208, 215 

Bleich, Al 88, 92 <N 

Bleigh, Jeri Anne 1 1 7 

Bobbs, Tanya 105 

Bock, Lee 149 

Boiner, Gerald 174, 181 

Boncha, Joshua 23, 117 

Bonner, Isaac 29, 84, 105 

Bonnie, Aubrey 82 

Booker, Johnny 105, 117 

Booker, Lonzelle 131 

Boos, Matthew 105 

Boose, Joseph 105 

Borden, Sharaarr 131 

Boros, Jocelyn 149 

loros, Victoria 148, 210 

Bowers, Brian 63, 131 

Bowie, Rosalind 131 

Bowling, Sharon 105 

Bowling, Sherita 37, 131, 13 

Boy's 76 

Boyarsky, Therese 105 

Boyce, Michael 1 1 7 

Boyce, Nancy 131 

Boyd, A Chyrese 34, 117 

Boyd, Benjie 63, 131 

Boykin, Fredreka 105 

Boykin, Jennean 131 

Boyle, Edward 21, 41, 48, 89, 147, 148, 

Boys' Cross Country 72 

Sradac, Shawna 149 

Bradach, Coleen 57, 80, 81, 83, 149, 174, 

220 

Bradley, Linda 117 

Brearton, Gene 3, 92 

Bremer, Kevin 78, 105 

Irent, Chawn 117 

irewington, Catinna 80, 81, 149 

Jrickman, Christopher 149 

iridges, Tiffany 117 

Irizes, Jennifer 117 

3rkic, Josip 66, 67, 105 

Jrkic, Suzi 35, 39, 48, 147, 149, 

.79, 187 

Jrodzinski, Katherine 1 1 7 

3rokaw, Brigett 46, 150 

Irokaw, Timothy 71, 85, 102, 105 

Irooks, Charles 131 




To John, our special son and brother. 

You've always given us your best. 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Steve, Rob, and 

Camille 



137, 193, 222 



216 



Brooks, Darrell 63, 131 
174, 177, 181, Brown, Donjuanna 131 

Brown, Ernieliza 105 
Brown, Lekiesha 105 
Brown, Sandra 106 
Brown, Stacey 23, 24, 131, 
Brown, Tyberous 106 
Bruce, Stephen 106 
Bruketa, Anthony 66, 131, 
Brumen, Bostjan 40, 150, 160 
Bryant Jr, Ronald 84, 150 
Buchner, Jonathan 66, 67, 106 
Buck, Pat 69, 92, 198 
Bucknot, James 117 
Bunn, Christine 117, 191 
Bunn, Richard 150 
Burdock, Erika 23, 24, 106 
Burdock, Nicholas 19, 131, 190 
Burdy, Kay 131 
Burich, Bridget 31, 131, 211 
Burich, John 31, 86, 150, 177 
Burke, Daniel 4, 23, 106, 212 
Burke, Patricia 16, 18, 19, 32, 33, 46, 57, 146, 148, 
151, 185,214 

Burke, Stephen 39, 66, 74, 75, 151, 168, 177, 186, 
187, 202 , 204, 215 
Burless, Bryan 106 
Burnette, John 117 
Burns, Michael 117 
Burrington, Steve 150 
Bush, Brian 71, 86, 117 
Bush, Virginia 84, 117, 193 
Butkus, Daina 51, 106 
193, 217, Butkus, Saulius 131 

Bydash, Wendy 197 
Byrd, Rayshawn 84, 106 




187 




177, 







1E.C. Awards 200 
Cable, Monica 117 
Caine, Catherine 69, 117 
Caldwell, Cynthia 117 
Caldwell, David 131 
Caldwell, Garry 117 
Caldwell, Steven 23, 27, 106 
Calhoun, Rhonda 150 
Callahan, Daneen 106 
Callahan, Daymond 76, 79, 117, 217 
Campora, Fernando 132 
Campora, Renato 132 
Cantini, Eric 64, 85, 117, 190 
Capuozzo, Joseph 132 
Capuozzo, Tracy 150 
Caputo, Michael 106 
Carey, James 106 
Carey, Patrick 51, 150 
Carlson, Eric 23, 26, 28, 31, 117 
Carlson, Jan 92, 198 
Carlton, Christine 34, 42, 132 
Carlton, Daniel 34, 67, 118, 216 
Carmigiano, Anthony 150 
Carmody, Judith 45, 50, 51, 92 
Carney, Kelly 58, 151, 177, 202, 209 
Carney, Michael 51, 72, 84, 151 
Carney, Patrick 67, 84, 106 
Carpenter, Matt 190 
Carrera, Sandra 29, 70, 106 
Carroll, Adam 106 
Carroll, Ben 106 
Carroll, Bridie 106, 118 
Carroll, Bryant 150, 177, 211 
Carroll, Courtney 106 
Carroll, Jason 16, 38, 150, 202, 204, 214 
Carter, Tamiko 150, 196 
Castro, M Rogelene 150, 193 









Castrovince, Bill 188, 194, 195, 197 
Castrovinci, Robert 106 
Cating, Michael 42, 44, 45, 52, 118 
Cayne, Betsy 34, 44, 150, 163, 177, 181, 
Cayne, John 190 
Cecelic, Christine 151, 177 
Cencic, Sonia 34, 35, 87, 151, 177, 181, 185, 214 
Ceranowicz, Nicole 174 
Cercek, Leslie 150, 174 
Certic, Nancy 36, 118 
Cervar, Allen 106 
Cesa, Christine 29, 1 18 

Cesa, Joseph 23, 26, 28, 30, 1 50, 1 77, 1 8 1 , 1 85, 1 86, 
202, 205 
Cesar, James 79 
Chambers, Jacquelyn 132 
Chambers, Ron 92 
Chandler, Ronald 4, 84, 150 
Chapel Machine & Tool 119 
Charles, Eugene 106 
Chatman, Donaze 132 
Chatman, Patricia 106 
Chatman, Tennisha 150 
Chebo, Eric 150 
Cheerleaders, Football 32 
Cherne, Damon 151, 160 
Cherne, Gregory 67, 85, 116, 118, 190 
Cheshier, Lisa 28 
Chess Club 40 

Chiancone, Christine 34, 151, 208 
Chinchar, Russell 106 
Chisholm, Nay Nay 132 
Chitwood, Rachel 29, 118 
Chitwood, Sarah 29, 106 
Chmielewski, Mark 118 
Choi, Lydia 70, 106 
Choral Masters 29 
Choraliers 29 
Chrestoff, Shannon 118 
Christen, Shannon 23, 27, 118 
Christides, Olympia 28, 116, 118 
Christoff, Jeffrey 67 
Christopher, MaryAnn 106 
Christopher, Stephanie 21, 132, 222 
Ciarlillo, Charles 106 
Ciarlillo, John 174 
'Cickavage, Mark 63, 132, 190 
Cimperman, John 118 
Cindric, Anka 69, 106 
Cindric, Zelko 66, 67, 106 
Ciomek, Calli 29, 106 
Cipo, Michael 106 
Cirino, Anthony 196, 197 
Cirino, Nick 106 
City of Euclid 54 
Ciulla, Christopher 62, 63, 152, 177, 181, 187 

Gary Habat and Ross Henikman were members of 
the Law Enforcement class that helped out during 
the assemblies. 





Index 



207 




Janice Kozlowski and Krissi Chiancone showing that 
they are friends. 



Ciuprinskas, Adrienne 152 

Clark II, Terry 153 

Clark, Carrie 1.18 

Clark, Christopher 79, 106 

Clark, Isis 29, 106 

Clark, Keith 57, 153, 202 

Clark, Michael 64 

Clark, Msia 106 

Clark, Rikole 106 

Clark, Shaun 132 

Clark, Shawn 46, 153 

Clark, Tiffany 106 

Clarke, James 106 

Clarkson, Shawn 106 

Clay, Michael 153, 185 

Cleveland, Quasheba 118 

Cline, Michael 106 

Clinic 38 

Close Up 36 

Closing 222 

Club, Chess 40 

Club, Key 52 

Cobb, Terry 153 

Coffer, Vernetta 132 

Coghill, Shana 152 

Colaianni, Carmen 92 

Colavecchio, Andrea 34, 61, 70, 152, 177 

Colbe, John 26 

Cole, Rebecca 153 

Coleman, David 27, 78, 118 

Coleman, Jesse 174 

Collins, Angela 68, 69, 132, 191 

Collins, Caroline 69, 102, 106 

Collins, Leo 92, 193 

Collins, Liam 86, 1 18 



Patty Lux and Theresa Blasius trying to understand 
their math assignment. 




Collins, Tamika N 106 

Colon, Angelique 132 

Colon, Damian 106 

Colonna, Stacey 132 

Comiskey, Gregory 1 1 8 

Commencement 201 

Concert Band 27 

Congin, Anthony 42, 132 

Conklin, Adrianne 32 

Conner, Christiann 106 

Cook, Jonathan 106 

Cook, Maria 38, 153, 177, 185 

Cool, Casey 29, 118 

Cooper, Scott 118 

Copeland, Catherine 174 

Corbitt, Irvin 153 

Corfias, Evanthia 118 

Cornelius, Yolanda 174 

Cosiano Jr, Ralph 106, 203 

Cotter, Christine 153, 177, 186 

Cotton, Jimmie 64 

Couch, Mariam 174 

Coulter, Danielle 132 

Counselors 91 

Covic, Mario 66, 67, 118 

Cox, Patricia 69, 107 

Cox, Selenea 23, 25, 118 

Cox, Thandeka 132 

Craig, Leonard 153, 186 

Craig, Nancy 107 

Crawford, Nicole 26, 37, 132 

Crosby, Dawn 43, 132 

Cross Country, Boys' 72 

Crutchfield, Calvin 118 

Cucanich, Anthony 132 

Cudo, Jay 107 

Culliton, Jodie 1 52 

Cummings, Damen 74, 132 

Cummings, Rashonda 152 

Cummings, Russell 107 

Cunningham Jr, Ronald 132 

Cunningham, Dodie 118 

Cunningham, Tessa 132, 220 

Cupar, David 26, 47, 130, 132 

Curry, Amy 132 

Curry, Anthony 19, 57, 153, 185 

Curry, Vidal 18, 34, 63, 148, 153, 176, 177, 192, 

203 

Curtis, Michael 132 

Cutwright, Thomas 132 

Cvelbar, Michael 187 

Cvelbar, William 47, 132 



D 



D'Amico, Maria 23, 26, 27, 42, 52, 116, 118 

D'Anna, Tim 74 

D.E.C.A. 46 

Dacar, Carol 36, 118 

Dallas, Tiffany 34, 130, 132 

Daly, Jennifer 73, 118, 193 

Dancy, Regina 132 

Dane, Margana 31, 107 

Dane, Matthew 74, 132 

Datillo, Melissa 43 

Daugherty, Harold 76, 92 

Daugherty, Justin 76, 77, 79, 153, 177, 186, 217 

Daugherty, Kelly 153, 186 

David III, John 107 

Davis, Antonio 107 

Davis, Dion 107 

Davis, Kenneth 76, 77, 132 

Davis, Lou 86 

Davis, Lowell 90 

Davis, Lynn 91 

Davis, Matthew 85, 118, 190 



Davis, Michael 67, 85, 107 

Davison, Lorene 69, 107 

Dawson, Donald 107 

Day, Tara 28, 107 

De Andrade, Damon 118 

De Boe, Donald 107 

De Boe, Harold 20, 50, 132, 213 

De Filippo, Daniel 152, 213 

De Jonge, Maureen 34, 43, 153, 177, 181, 211 

de Us Penas, David 188, 193 

De Panicis, Terri 29, 51, 107 

De Panicis, Tracey 107 

Debeljak, Michael 107 

Dejak, Irene 32, 33, 132, 222 

Dekol, Anne 132 

Del Monte, Mark 4, 67, 118 

Delico, Karrie 38 

Dell, Jennifer 43, 132 

Dengel Jr, Frank 152, 181, 185 

Dengei, John 23, 27, 132 

Dengel, Laura 23, 27, 52, 107 

Dengel, Mary 35, 43, 52, 153, 177 

Dennick, Christine 1 1 8 

Dennis, Tiffeney 1 32 

Denovieh, Denise 23, 25, 146, 153, 177 

Dent, Tiffany 107 

Derezic, Andrew 118 

Derezic, Daniel 107 

Derganc, Michelle 118 

Deskins, Khristina 28, 107 

DeWine, Carol 90 

Di Bartolomeo, Julie 41, 69, 87, 104, 107, 120 

Di Bartolomeo, Michael 12, 63, 86, 132, 178 

Di Bartolomeo, Samuel 47, 63, 132 

Di Biase, Christopher 51, 107, 203 

Di Pasquale, John 132 

Di Placito, Elvira 153 

Dickerson, Nicole T 1 32 

Dietz, Jennifer 132, 191 

Dietz, Kevin 118 

Dietz, Nicholas 107 

Dineen, Jennifer 116, 118 ; 

DiPaolo's House of Beauty 120 

Divider, Activities 20 

Divider, Memories 188 

Divider, Senior 146 

Divider, Sports 60 

Divider, Student Life 4 

Divider, Underclass 102 




Dear Stacie; 
Now you can really cheer 
Your big 'G' Day is here, 
And we really do care!! 
Love ya lots. Mom and Dad 



208 



Index 




193 



Dixon, Angela 132 

Dixon, Chad 190 

Dixon, Dennis 132 

Dixon, Forest 85 

Dixon, Frederick 174 

Doboze, Stewart 52, 132 

Dodge, Ronald 47, 132 

Doles, Victoria 31, 34, 70, 107 

Dolter, Merry 88, 92 

Dombrowski, John 132 

Dominique, Keyonna 116, 118 

Donato, Christopher 118 

Donovan, Michelle 153 

Dorazio, James 47, 135 

Dornai, Peter 118 

Douglas, Renee 135 

Drake, Erika 23, 25, 118, 

Dreis, Brian 107 

Dreis, Jennifer 153, 203, 205 

Drienka, Sue 82 

Driscoll Jr, James 29, 107 

Drotleff, Mark 107 

Drotleff, Robert 47, 107 

Dubecky, Daniel 46, 154, 177 

DuBroy, Theresa 92 

Duchon, Michael 135 

Dudley, De Moulh 118 

Dudley, Sakina 118 

Duffy, Kelly 17, 43, 154 

Dugandzic, Kristina 107 

Dujmovic, Alen 61, 66, 67, 154, 213 

Dujmovic, Marijo 154, 167 

Duke, Bryan 154, 203 

Duke, Michael 118 

Dulaney, Anthony 107 

Dulla, Chad 64, 84, 118, 190 

Dunmire, Brian 71, 76, 79, 135, 190 

Duran, Dana 135, 220 

Durbin, Michael 92, 101 

Durket, Michelle 178 

Durket, Wendy 82, 83, 118 

Dushaj, Loro 1 18 

Duvall, Jeanne 155 

Dwyer, Mickelle 17, 135 

Dysart, Eric 118 

Dzerowicz, Alex 88, 92 



E. T. Samuel, Printers 144 




Deat-Dave, 

For you )ife/js\e<|herTa daring adventure or 

nothing! 'Rerr^mbpi'f &»&her you think you 

can or wfieth»r you /^hjrpc^ro can't, you are 

right. 

Love, Mom"! 




Eads, Richard 155 

East 222 Street Jazz 30 

East 222nd St. Sunoco 124 

East, Darryl 28, 84, 154, 176, 177, 181, 192, 203 

Eaton, Lisa 154, 181, 185, 186 

Echon, Gerald 118 

Eckert, Suzanne 29, 107 

Ehrhardt, Andrew 72, 1 18 

Ehrhardt, Eric 107 

El-Khatib, Bassem 174 

Elliott, Tosha 34, 84, 121, 193 

Ells, Katie 20, 43, 50, 135, 197 

Emery, Paul 92 

Emrich, Christopher 135 

Enneper, Jean 19, 48, 69, 121, 191 

Eppich, Christine 67, 87, 107 

Eppich, William 19, 48, 66, 135, 190 

Eppinger, Loretta 154 

Epps, Maria 107 

Erak, Mladen 121 

Ervin, Janet 107 

Esch, Karin 38, 42, 135 

Eubank, Keith 121, 190 

Euclid Office Supply 43 

Euclid Sunoco 124 

Euclidian 41 

Eucuyo 45 

Evans, Joseph 107 

Evans, Laurie 43, 154 

Evans, Stacie 34, 121, 193 



Fakult, Christopher 46, 154, 190 

Fall Play 50 

Farone, Gia 107 

Farrell, Shannon 121 

Farrow, Shaquita 23, 25, 121 

Faulisi, Matthew 135, 190 

Felice, Kelly 107 

Fell, John 90 

Fenick, Thomas 107 

Ferenac, Alice 42, 121 

Ferrato, Michelle J 135 

Fetkovich, Jennifer 135 

Fette, Rosalie 92, 202 

Fifolt, Marc 85, 155, 163, 181 

Fifolt, Matthew 121 

Filipasic, Tracey 191 

Fisher Jr, Calvin 107 

Fisher, Ray 190 

Fisher, Tiffany 107 

FitzGerald, Meredith 4, 8, 35, 39, 51, 57, 60, 73, 

84, 155, 177, 180, 185, 188, 192, 193, 220, 222 

Flag Corps 25 

Flaisman, Richard 63, 154, 177, 181 

Flament, Gale 92 

Flick, Tanya 107 

Florian, Kimberly 135 

Flowers, Brett 135 

Flynt, Kevin 63, 76, 135, 190 

Focareto, Cynthia 154 

Fogarty, Christin 32, 33, 135 

Fogarty, Michele 69, 107 

Football 62 

Football Cheerleaders 32 

Ford, India 29, 35, 39, 51, 60, 73, 154, 177, 181, 

189, 192 , 193, 220, 222 

Fording, Thomas 47, 107 

Foree, Jeneen 154 

Foree, Melonie 29, 107 

Foreman, James 154 

Fowler, Jane 95 

Fox, Audree 91 

Fox, Erin 4, 20, 34, 44, 45, 48, 49, 56, 155, 177 

Francetic, Brian 72, 78, 121 




Ann Ruggeri, Lisa Riedel and Kelly Carney practic- 
ing for their dance routine. 



Francetic, Dan 95, 178 

Francis, Amora 29, 52, 84, 135, 191 

Frand, Stacey 121 

Franic, Ivan 135 

Franic, Natalie 135 

Franklin, Lori 107 

Frantz, Tara 107 

Freedman, Holly 95 

Freshmen 104 

Fricke, Michael 155 

Fuduric, Mark 64, 121 

Fuhrman, Heidi 23, 27, 107 

Fulgham, Timothy 174 

Fuller, Patrice 108 

Fumfur, Brian 79 

Fumich, Victoria 154, 177 

Furlong, Christian 121 







Gadson, Hakesia 121 

Gady, Chad 67, 108 

Gaeta, Christina 130, 135 

Gage, Quanita 121 

Gainer, Dana 108 

Gajowski, Kristen 41, 135 

Galaida, Christine 46, 52, 154, 177 

Gallagher 38 

Gallagher Plumbing 54 

Gallagher, Colleen 46, 154, 177, 181, 187, 188, 191 

Gallon, Christie 119, 121 

Galloway, Patricia 69, 108 

Galosi, Edward 3, 41, 42, 44, 45, 52, 124, 134, 135, 

222 

Galosi, Robert 3, 34, 41, 42, 44, 45, 52, 124, 134, 

135, 22 2 

Gambatese, Kelly 154 

Paul Young waiting for class to begin. 




Index 




209 




Kevin O'Neill shows his enthusiasm for the team at 
the Mentor game. 

Gamble, Tabitha 135 

Gammon, James 108 

Gammon, Melissa 154, 181, 203, 205 

Gannon, Thomas 108 

Gannon, Timothy 85, 121 

Garbincus, Amy 39, 48, 68, 69, 135 

Garbincus, Matthew 12, 13, 76. 89, 155, 180, 185, 

190 

Gardner, Dorian 135 

Gargiulo, Dennis 155 

Garner, Mosadi-Rra 82, 83, 121, 193 

Gasiewski, Gerald 108, 121 

Gaspersic, Mario 156, 177 

Gast, Max 135 

Gates, Barbara 95 

Gavin, Lisa 27, 121 

Gboney, Audrey 135 

Gboney, Yvonne 135 

Geddes, Elizabeth 108 

Geiger, Melissa 108 

Gelazis, Tadas 52, 135 

Gembarski, Kevin 156, 177 

Gembarski, Renee 135 

George, Ebony 108 

Gerdes, Adam 121 

Gerland, Gregory 157, 187, 189, 190 

Germane, Brian 157, 163 

Gessler, Lynn 23, 25, 34, 135, 222 

Gezann, Sheri 26, 28, 31, 49, 58, 157, 178, 195, 

212, 214 

Giancola, Anna 108 

Giancola, Linda 135 

Gibaldi, Joseph 135 

Gibaldi, Michael 108 

Dave Kramer, Sue Hamilton, Janice Kozlowski, 
Kathy Kubinski, Jessica Kovac, and Dennis Lesefky 
showing that friendship is a very important part to 
seniors. 





Gibbons, Betsy 66, 67 

Gibbons, John 66, 67, 95 

Gibbons, Kathy 66, 67 

Gibbs, Tomeka 44, 51, 108 

Gibson, Shanel 135 

Gilbert, Adair 157, 203, 205 

Gilbert, Kenneth 86, 157 

Gilbert, Kirk 121, 192 

Giles III, Theodts 108 

Giles, Ted 121 

Girls' Cross Country 73 

Glover, Erica 135 

Gochneaur, Christy 121 

Godina, Joseph 135, 189, 190 

Godina, Robert 108 

Goebel, Jim 95 

Goerndt, Joseph 19 

Gojevic, Joseph 135 

Golf 71 

Golinar. Kristen 32, 33, 135 

Gomez, Marcos 63, 135, 192 

Good, Paula 23, 27, 37, 52, 108 

Gooden, Delon 108 

Gooding, Bill 95, 127 

Gorman, Meghan 12, 13, 32, 135, 191 

Gorman, Michael 108 

Gornik, Jonathan 156 

Gosset, Stacy 74 

Gould, Scott 10, 12, 36, 41, 44, 59, 62, 63, 64, 65 

156, 1 68, 175, 177, 178, 181, 187, 206, 211, 214 

222 

Grace, Jozelia 141, 157, 186 

Graffius, Heather 135 

Granito, Jeffrey 23, 27, 108 

Granito, Kevin 71, 122 

Grant, La Quana 157 

Graves, Samantha 135 

Graves, Tracey 174 

Gray, Ikeira 121 

Gray, Melinda 108 

Gray, Scott 67, 135 

Grayer, Angelissa 135 

Grayes, Damian 40, 108 

Green, Eric 121, 193 

Green, Rubin 121 

GJeer, Roshawn D 63, 135 

Gregory, Brandon 108 

Grice, David 18, 76, 135, 192 

Grieshammer, Sarah 108 

Griffin, Jennifer 108 

Griffiths, Danelle 1 36 

Grillo, Maria Jose 108 

Grisard, Jennifer 34, 108 

Grisard, Pamela 34, 136 

Grisez, Dan 72, 136, 192 

Grossman, Jeffrey 63, 136, 190 

Groves, Janelle 33, 136 

Grubach, Cynthia 191 

Grywalski, Susan 69, 108 

Gubitosi, Tom 89, 95, 202 

Gudaitis, Angela 28, 108 

Gugliotta, John 136 

Gugliotta, Thomas 121, 190 

Guilfoyle, Brian 157, 178, 187, 190 

Gustafson, Debra 38, 42, 108 

Gustafson, Stacy 121 

Gustetic, Jason 121 

Guttu, Robert 108 

Guttu, Steven 108 



H 




The cheerleaders helped to make this elaborate ban 
ner for the Mentor game. 



Haffer, Joyce 95 

Haffey, James 108 

Haffey, Joshua 108 

Haggerty, John 192 

Haggerty, Timothy 84, 136 

Haile, Tona 136 

Haines, Tamara 108 

Halbedel, Tom 95 

Hall Jr, Jerome 108 

Hail, Carlos 108 

Hall, Charles 108 

Hall, Daniel 174, 178 

Hall, Karen 136 

Hall, Keely 121 

Hall, Mario 64, 84, 108 

Halloween 56 

Hamilton, Jacqueline 121 

Hamilton, Lesley 21, 23, 25, 29, 121 

Hamilton, Stacy 76 

Hamilton, Suzanne 43, 68, 157, 178, 181, 

210 

Hamilton, Terry 18, 19 

Hammet, Kirk 136 

Hannan, Eileen 29, 70, 121 

Hannan, Maureen 18, 19, 23, 26, 27, 2| 

178, 181, 186, 203 

Haralson, Shellie 108 

Harmon, David 64, 121 

Harmon, Tamara 121 

Harper Jr, Alfred 121 

Harper, Regina 121 

Harrell, Ardelle 95 

Harris Jr, Larry 121 

Harris, Amber 108 

Harris, Robert 136 

Harris, Semika 136 



Jackqualynn Hasty and Vicky Boros posing before 
their class begins. 




52, 156, 



Habat, Gary 23, 27, 157, 174, 207 

Habat, Pat 95, 202 

Hadey, Barbara 121 

Hadyk, Julianne 69, 108, 115 




210 



Index 




116 



190 



"Ken Wolenski, Scott Gould, Robin Hunt, Keith Ols- 
zens and Stephanie Slogar at a Close-Up meeting 
idiscussing what they'll be doing on their trip to 
Washington. 

Harris, Sue 91 

Harris, Tremaine 121 

Harris, Wendy 27, 136 

Harrison, Jennifer 108, 

Harsch, Erin 29, 108 

Harsh, Derek 121 

Hart, Gregory 121 

Hartman III, William 108 

Hartman, Amanda 108 

Hartman, Derek 108 

Hartman, Marganna 136, 193 

Hartman, Pat 87 

Hartmann, Jeff 95, 164, 167, 

Hartson, Paul 121 

Harwood, Catherine 95 

Haselbusch, Aaron 156, 181, 

Haselbusch, Andrea 108 

Hasty, Jackqualynn 174, 210 

Hatcher, Carrie 157 

Hausen, Dawn 38, 42, 121 

Hausen, Tamara 136 

Hawk, Lisa 157, 178 

Hawkins, Mitchell 79, 108 

Hawthorne, Michael 121 

Hayes, April 27 

Hayes, Monique 23, 27, 82, 83, 121 

Hayes, Rachael 17, 20, 34, 136 

Haynes, Alana 19, 20, 23, 27, 42, 136 

Haynes, April 121 

Head, Ericka 122 

Health Fair 198 

Heck, Gretchen 39. 136 

Hejduk, Jennifer 109 

Helcberger, Albert 109 

Mitch Berzin and Bridget Burich get close outside 
the E-Room while Dave Radachy looks on. 



191 



190 





Hendrickson, Amy 109 

Henikman, Dina 109 

Henikman, Ross 157, 207 

Henry, Susan 109 

Heramb, Rob 95 

Heramb, Robert 66, 67, 109 

Herbert, Christina 136 

Herbert, Scott 122 

Herman, Marrico 136 

Heuer, Amy 29, 69, 122 

Heuer, Carolyn 95, 202 

Hicks, Tiffany 28, 109 

Higgins, La Trese 4, 155, 157, 178, 181, 220 

Higham, Doug 190 

Higham, Gregory 74, 109 

Highland, Tiffany 29, 51, 109 

Hill Jr, Robert 156 

Hill, Danny 157 

Hill, Lehendro 136 

Hill, Yvonne 109 

Hillier, Catherine 109 

Hillier, Craig 109 

Hiser, Jennifer 39, 68, 80, 136 

Hlabse, James 156 

Hlabse, Mark 109 

Hoag, Donna 18, 34, 76, 157, 178, 181, 186, 203 

213, 215 

Hocevar, Anthony 109 

Hocevar, Danielle 136 

Hochschild, Karen 136 

Hockey 85 

Hodder, Joanne 95 

Hodder, Kelly 68, 82, 136. 

Hodge, Deshawn 109 

Hoffart, Tom 95 

Hoffert, Frank 95, 202 

Hoffman, Tim 157, 178 

Hohs, Bernard 75, 157 

Hohs, Miriam 69, 122, 180, 193 

Holiday 51 

Holland, Brian 122 

Hollins, Kenyadus 23, 136 

Hollis, Annette 51, 73, 109 

Holloman, Jason 109 

Holloway, Latrice 136 

Holly, Michael 62, 63, 157, 178, 186 

Holny, Jodi 122, 193 

Homecoming 10 

Homovec, Richard 95 

Hoover, Craig 157, 203 

Hoover, Robert 109 

Hopkins, Rebecca 4, 39, 41, 71 

Hoppert, Deanna 34, 87, 109 

Home, James 109 

Hornyak, Ron 190 

Horton, Carlita 136 

Houchins, Deborah 25, 95 

Howard, Dawn 136 

Howard, Rashawn 109 

Howard, Terry 109 

Howell, Michael 109 

Hren, Anthony 23, 27, 47, 86, 104, 109 

Hribar, Paul 202 

Huddleston, Janet 136 

Hudspath, Nicole 29, 109 

Hughes, Heather 29, 84, 109 

Hughes, Timothy 158, 175 

Hula, Janet 158, 178, 187 

Humbert, Kwanita 109 

Humphery, Tilden 29, 109 

Humphries, Scott 158, 181 

Hunt, Lisa 197 

Hunt, Mike 109 

Hunt, Robin 31, 34, 36, 51, 53, 134, 158, 178, 181, 

211, 21 2 

Hutson, Robert 122 




147, 158, 187 



^M • 



Hope Robinson, Bryant Carroll and Holly Pirsig 
waiting for the choral room to open. 

Hutton, Charlea M 109 
Hytrosevich, Lisa 122 



I 



Iannetta, Lisa 70, 109 

Index 206 

Indoor 84 

Irby, Valerie 109 

Isgro, Brian 109 

Isgro, Debra 16, 32, 49, 89, 146, 159, 175, 184, 219 

Isheim, Ethel 159 

Israel, Kirk 23, 26, 28, 30, 136 

Ivancin, Nives 158, 178 

Ivey, Deonna 109 

Ivory City Piano Service 127 




109 




Jablonski, Frank 92, 95, 202 

Jackson, Brian 40, 84, 158 

Jackson, Devan 63, 136, 217 

Jackson, Lee 12, 34, 43, 56, 147, 158, 174, 178, 

180, 181, 188, 189, 193 

Jackson, Monte 64, 122, 192 

Jackson, Nicole 109 

Jackson, Ra Shanda 64, 158 

Jackson, Shelli 174 

Jakimowicz, Jessica 29 

Jakopanec, Susan 136 

Jarmen, Harvey 109 

Jay Dee Cleaners 133 

Jayne, P Neal 109 

Jazz Ensemble 199 

Jeffrey, Ricky 109 

Carol Morgan-Brown, Maureen DeJonge am 
dra Moore looking like they enjoy each other's 
pany while standing in the hall. 



ae- 
com- 




Index 



211 



Stephanie Slogar and her sister, Liz Slogar posing 
outside the doorway. 

Jerele, Dawn 32, 33, 122 

Jerin, Davion 76 

Jerin, William 71, 136, 190, 203, 205 

Jernigan, Raeshuan 2, 27, 63, 76, 78, 122, 192 

Jobs 16 

Johnson, Chenett 29, 34, 35, 158, 178, 181, 203, 

220 

Johnson, Davion 159, 178 

Johnson, Denise L 23, 40, 159, 178, 186 

Johnson, Donald 136 

Johnson, Kenneth 109 

Johnson, Kevin 109 

Johnson, Lanesha 122 

Johnson, Lillian 122 

Johnson, Ralph 109 

Johnson, Renee 136 

Johnson, Sandra 29, 109 

Johnson, Stacie 34, 109 

Johnson-Bey, Kennard 151, 158 

Johnson-Bey, Walter 75 

Jolly, Stacy 136 

Jones, Amont 122 

Jones, Angela 158, 178 

Jones, Arthur 136 

Jones, Ayonna 122 

Jones, Charity 29, 158, 178, 186 

Jones, Daryl 158 

Jones, Demetria 122 

Jones, Joshua 109 

Jones, Kawana 158 

Jones, LaShaunda 136 

Jones, Raymond 174 

Jones, Robbin 34, 122 

Jones, Shantai 122 

Jones, Temeka 109 

Michelle Reed, Holly Pirsig, Robin Hunt, Debbie 
Long and Sheri Gezann relaxing in the E-Room dur- 
ing one of the Fall dances. 




Jones, Valerie 159, 181 

Jones, William 109 

Jonke, Brandon 109 

Jordan, Brian 84, 110 

Jordan, Jeff 67 

Jordan, Jeffrey 66 

Jordan, Scott 110 

Jorz, Angela 122, 193 

Joyce, Peter 79, 110 

Juengel, Benjamin 78, 122, 190 

Juhl, Katherine 19, 159, 178, 203 

Juniors 130 

Juratic, Julie 136, 222 

Juratovac, Susan 136 

Jurgensen, Monique 122 



Kacperski, Jennifer 191 

Kadras, Konstaiitina 32, 122 

Kale, David 122 

Kaleal, Jeffrey 3, 9, 34, 41, 43, 44, 45, 124, 134 

136, 14 I, 222 

Kalinowski, Kyle 136 

Kane, Caroline 122, 203 

Karaba, Dennis 110 

Karaba, Fred 122 

Karabinus, Joseph 110 

Karabinus, Michael 17, 31, 34, 41, 42, 44, 45, 50. 

102, 124 , 134, 136, 222 

Karnak, Rebecca 2, 4, 35, 39, 40, 41, 42, 49, 57, 60. 

66, 9 2, 123, 138, 147, 158, 160, 163, 178, 184, 201, 

219, 222 

Kausek, Laurie 20, 136 

Keaveney, Lynn 136 

Keeney, Shannon 110 

Keffer, Anthony 136 

Kehn, Jan 43, 95, 222 

Kekic, Kelly 80, 136 

Kekic, Lisa 139 

Kelley, Devin 139 

Kelley, Jim 95 

Kelley, Sunny- Jim 110 

Kelly, Ann 9, 16, 34, 39, 41, 103, 104, 147, 158, 

178, 179, 181, 222 

Kelly, Mike 122 

Kemp, Erikka 110 

Kendricks, Christopher 110 

Kerne, Joel 85, 158, 178, 203, 205 

Key 52 

Kidd, Tyreal 110 

Kilbane, Molly 110 

Kilgore, Chastity 110 

Kilgore, Kenneth 23, 27, 158 

Killion, Matthew 139, 193 

Kim, Joon 44, 139 

Kimball, David 139 

King, Anne 29, 36, 74, 122 

King, Monolito 139 

King, Montoyia 110 

Kinkoph, Kim 122 

Kinsella, Kevin 63, 158, 178, 181, 187 

Kitis, Michelle 159, 178, 181 

Klann, David 110 

Kleckner, Casey 23, 27, 67, 110 

Klee, Tawana 110 

Klein, Ellen 95 

Kmetz, Michael 139 

Knack, Steven 74 

Knirnschild, Stephanie 122 

Knistautas, Lynda 27, 122 

Knuth, Robert 90 

Kobe, John 23, 122 

Kocina, Dustin 139 

Koenig, Ingrid 95 

Kohler, Daniel 122 




Many Euclid students enjoyed dressing up for. 
Halloween. 



Kollar, Karen 29, 110 

Komar, John 110 

Koonce, Aaron 159, 178 

Korb, David 122 

Kosmerl, James 19, 23, 26, 160, 178 

Kostansek, Paul 86, 139, 214 

Kouns, Cory 139 

Kovac, Jessica 3, 32, 160, 164, 178, 185, 210, 213 

Kovac, Karly 122 

Kovacevich, Mark 64, 78, 122, 190 

Kovacic, Edward 161 

Kowalski, Jeffrey 139 

Kozlowski, Janice 43, 68, 161, 208, 210, 213 

Kracheck, Joseph 110 

Kramer, Barbara 90 

Kramer, Cyndy 191 

Kramer, David 39, 66, 161, 168, 178, 181,185,187, 

203, 20 9, 210 

Kramer, Robert 66, 139 

Krasnik, Jennifer 21, 23, 25, 40, 161, 178 

Kristofr, Heather 32, 33, 42, 44, 45, 49, 146, 161, 

178, 21 9 

Kristoff, Jeffery 122 

Krohn, Melissa 46, 160 

Kropf, Jeffrey 23, 26, 30, 47, 160, 178, 187, 203: 

Kubinski, Catherine 43, 68, 161, 181, 186, 210 $ 

Kucaric, Anthony 139 

Kucinski, Candace 66, 67, 139 

Kugel, Joseph 139 

Kuhen, Walter 85, 161, 174. 203 

Kukla, Denise 29, 110 

Kuklica, Chera 161, 203 

Kulcsar, Christopher 220 

Kuncik, Laura 29 

Kunes, Roger 49, 56, 66, 161, 164, 178, 185, 186, 

1S7, 190 

Todd Shuskey and Dan Burke seem surprised as they: 
come in from the outside. 




212 



Index 




Jessica Kovac, Donna Hoag and Janice Kozlowski 
helping out in the office so the secretary has an easier 
job. 



Kusa, Michelle 122 
Kwiatkowski, Mark 64, 122 




La China, Stacy 122 

Lake Jr, Jimmie 72, 74, 122 

Lampora, Ferando 66 

Lampora, Renato 66 

Lang, April 59, 161 

Lange, Jeremy 48, 67, 122 

Lanzaretta, Colleen 45, 139 

Lanzaretta, Matthew 122, 220 

Lapuh, Jeffrey 110 

Lardomita, Jack 59, 63 

Latine, Seona 52, 130, 139 

Lausche, Darrell 23, 27, 42, 52, 139 

Lauver, David 160 

Laverty, Stephanie 48, 95 

Lawrence, Christina 51, 52, 110 

Lawrence, David 90 

Lawrence, Eric 110 

Lawrrence, Sahara Lovey 139 

Lawson, Dionne 139 

Lech, Paul 47, 139 

Lederer, Corey 1 1 

Ledwell, Shelly 151, 160 

Lee, Michael 78, 122 

Leisure, Benjamin 174 

Lellis, Jane 95, 202 

Lemieux, Matthew 85, 1 10 

Lemieux, Robert 85, 122, 192 

Leonardi, Donna 161, 178 

Leonardi, Joanne 69, 110 

Leonardi, Joseph 95, 139, 190 

Lesefky, Dennis 63, 161, 178, 210 



Alen Dujmovic kicking the ball while Steve Barstow 
looks on during the Mentor game. 




Lesko, Terrence 161 

Lewin, Joy 68, 139 

Lewis, Chonton 174 

Lewis, Tameka 110 

Lidrbauch, Joan 95, 202 

Lin, Shu-Hui 122 

Linderman, Joan 43, 95, 

Lindic, Amy 23, 24, 1 10 

Lindsey, Stephen 139 

Lishing, Susan 122 

Little, Jason 44, 79, 110 

Little, Karen 96, 202 

Lockers 8 

Logan, Nictoya 29 

Logar, Andrew 9, 23, 26, 

Lohn, Robert 71, 74, 110 

Lomac, Mary 96, 202 

Lomax, Dushawn 161 

Long, Debra 31, 34, 50, 102 

216 

Longbrake Jr., Patrick 122 

Lott, Nicole 21, 23, 25, 29, 139 

Lovejoy, Rebecca 110 

Loveless, James 1 10 

Loveless, Kristen 130, 139 

Lowe, Ken 96, 167 

Lowery, Shaun 1 10 

Lowery, Shawn 44 

Lu, Michael 125 

Lucas, Marge 96 

Lucas, Mathew 79, 110 

Ludvik, Emma 114 

Ludvik, Jrena 1 14 

Luikart, April 51, 125, 193 

Luikart, Harry 192 

Lukat, Candi 36, 42, 43, 50, 139 

Luke, Amanda 36, 125 

Lumpkin, Makeya 110 

Lunder, Bradley 160 

Lux, Patricia 4, 34, 35, 39, 44 

148, 160, 181, 187, 208 

Luzny, Thomas 161 

Lyle, Kimberly 37, 134, 139 

Lynch, Kyle 67, 110 

Lynn, Michele 19, 23, 26, 58, 

M 




28, 30, 86, 161, 203, 205 



124, 139, 197, 212, 



48, 57, 66, 87, 147, 



139 



Machado, Marina 87, 161, 178 

Macleod, Brian 23, 125 

MacLeod, Mark 161, 179 

Madden, Brian 86 

Mahovlic, Christian 1 10 

Maines, Tamara 110 

Majercik, Cari 125 

Majercik, Jason 190 

Majorettes 24 

Makupson II, Stanley 29, 110 

Malnar, Michael 110 

Malone, Damon 110 

M alone, Kenya 174 

Mama Calena's Pizza 202 

Manburg, Marc 96, 179, 202 

Mance, Jozefina 69, 82, 125 

Mann, Brian 23, 27, 125 

Mannarino, Mike 139 

Mannarino, Stacy 1 10 

Mansi, Frank 161 

Mansperger, Ellen 23, 26, 30, 37, 42, 125 

Maranowski, Kelly 69 

Marcelli, Carta 125 

Marcelli, Marie 174, 220 

Marching Band 22 

Marchuk, Jane 125 

Marchuk, Melissa 139 

Marchuk, Samuel 125 



Michelle Wagner, Kim Taylor and Harold DeBoe 
discussing the fate of Ginger in the Fall Play, "Time 
Out For Ginger". 

• Marcu, Steven 79, 96 
Marek, Matthew 110 
Marek, Shannon 73, 130, 139, 193 
Maria, Bernardo 110 
Marincek, Tracy 139 
Marinelli, Melissa 110, 125 
Markon, Oliver 139 
Marron, Nathaniel 23, 26, 1 10 
Marsh, Kathy 96 
Marteletti, Tatiana 1 10 
Martin, Amanda 161 
Martin, Kevis 1 10 
Martin, Kicknice 1 1 1 
Martin, Michelle 1 1 1 
Marunowski, Kelly 125 
Marusic, Anthony 67, 85, 125 
Masek, Jennifer 125 
Mason, Jennifer 188, 197, 201 
Mason, Terri 139 
Massingill, Thomas 79, 111 
Masterson, James 50, 71, 125, 197 
Masterson, Patricia 35, 162, 179, 181 
Matiaska, Carta 8, 18,41,90,91,95, 100, 120, 147, 
162, 175, 177, 179, 181, 184, 185, 203, 222 
Matko, Allen 96 
Mauer, Margaret 125 
Mauldin, De Vonna 139 
Maxson, Dan 7, 68, 69, 191 
Maxwell, Charles 31, 111 
May, Patrick 1 1 1 
Maynard, Rhonda 111 
Mayr, Solvy 39, 133, 139, 215 
Mazar, Maria 69, 111 

Mazzei, Elizabeth 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 41, 57, 68, 69, 
87, 14 6, 162, 167, 175, 178, 179, 184, 186, 222 
Mazzei, Lillian 41, 69, 87, 102, 104, 111, 120 

Jennifer Beck and Dan DeFilippo sitting near each 
other in class. 





Index 



213 




Elfs, Dianne Baird, Sheri Gezann, Holly Pirsig, Kim 
Taylor, Kim Mikich and Sonia Cencic surround Ja- 
mie Roach in the cafeteria before Winter vacation. 



Mc Caleb, Jermaine 192 

Mc Candless, Kelly 139 

Mc Cants, Altonio 23, 27, 79, 111 

Mc Carthy, Valerie 162 

Mc Cartney, Colleen 162, 179 

Mc Cartney, Kevin 1 1 1 

Mc Carver, Jason 1 1 1 

McCloskey, Dina 29, 111 

Mc Connell, Melissa 163 

Mc Coy, Angelo 1 1 1 

Mc Coy, Carl 78, 125 

Mc Creight, Jason 34, 67, 111 

Mc Crone, Joseph 64, 125, 190 

Mc Daniel, Otha 111 

Mc Dougalt, Michael 76, 139 

Mc Duffie, Erica 139 

Mc Duffie, Michael lit 

Mc Duffie, Shannon 125 

Mc Ewen, Sharon 111 

Mc Ghee, Deliska 19, 20, 27, 42, 80, 82, 139 

Mc Ghee, Derrick 163 

Mc Ginty, Christine 174 

Mc Glotham, Christopher 162, 175 

Mc Grath, Martin 139 

Mc Groder, Danielle 139 

Mc Groder, Vanessa 162 

Mc Guckin, Sean 111 

Mc Guinness, Michael 125 

Mc Kay, Christopher 111 

Mc Kean, Angela 139 

Mc Kee, Justin 66, 67, 111 

Mc Loughlin, Kathleen 174 

Mc Michael, Jewvon 78, 111, 125 

Mc Millan, Michael 111 

Mc Namara, Mary 32, 33, 139, 203. 



Jason Carroll and Paul Kostansek enjoy seeing Patti 
Burke and Stacie Yuhas in their Elf costumes. 




Mc Neill, Michael 85, 111 

Mc Peek, Matthew 23, 26, 28, 85, 162, 190 

McGuinness, William 90, 92, 174, 201 

McLaughlin, Judy 45, 96, 100, 167, 202 

McLaughlin, Robert 90 

McRedmond, Polly 96 

Meden, Stacey 69, 82, 104, 111 

Medved, Dawn 48, 70, 125, 191 

Medved, Tina 111 

Medves, Chahtelle 139 

Medvick, William 90 

Meeks, Gary 76, 77, 125 

Metaragno, John 111 

Mellen, Edie 96, 202 

Metoyk, Jennifer 8, 38, 41, 70, 103, 139, 191 

Memories 188 

Meros, Danno 74, 125 

Merritt, Anthony 140, 222 

Meyers, Carol 96 

Meyers, Maureen 125 

Meyers, Scott 181 

Meyers, Stephen 162, 179 

Michael, Theresa 162 

Michael, Tina 111 

Mihalic, Daniel 111 

Mihalic, Kathy 68, 69 

Mihalic, Kim 69 

Mihalic, Kristen 43, 69, 82, 83, 103, 111 

Mihalic, Meredith 68, 69, 82, 125, 191 

Mikich, Kimberly 31, 34, 45, 49, 163. 179, 181, 

186, 203, 2 14 

Mikulcic, Lydia 34, 140 

Mikulec, Patricia 163, 203 

Milinski, Danielle 29, 111 

Miller, Brian 162 

Miller, Cecilia 69, 111 

Miller, Jane 29, 111 

Miller, Jeanette 159, 162, 181 

Miller, Kimberley 28, 38, 42, 43, 49, 57, 87, 162, 

179, 187 

Miller, Molly 23, 26, 28, 30, 162, 179 

Mingle, Brent 102, 111 

Minich, Christine 125 

Minnillo, Anthony 140 

Minter, Russell 46, 162 

Miocic, Paul 125 

Miranda, Christine Joyb 34, 163, 179, 203 

Miranda, Courtney 43, 69, 111 

Miskinis, Aldona 96 

Mitchell, Donovan 140 

Mitchell, Michael 140 

Mitchell, Monesha 125 

Mlac, Christie 125 

Mock, Heather 140 

Model U.N. 48 

Mogyorody, Patricia 21, 23, 25, 29, 125 

Molakakis, Rebecca 140 

Mominey, Ray 111 

Monroe, Bradford 1 1 1 

Montagner, Julie 26, 68, 69, 125, 191 

Montani, Ray 96 

Montgomery, Matthew 174 

Moore, Davvie 82, 111 

Moore, Debra 1 1 1 

Moore, Denise 140 

Moore, Marlon 190 

Moore, Phaedra 34, 42, 43, 49, 163, 179, 211 

Moore, Priest 125, 220 

Moore, Thomas 1 1 1 

Moorman, Jennifer 1 25 

Morgan, Deborah 34, 162, 181 

Morgan-Brown, Carol 28, 32, 33, 34, 41, 43, 146, 

162, 179, 181, 187, 211, 222 

Morris, Carrie 1 1 1 

Morris, Herb 125 

Morris, Katie 58, 96, 195 






Scott Gould went to a lot of trouble in making his Ell 
costume. He tried to be authentic from the top of his 
head... 



Morris, Raymond 85, 125, 190 

Morrison, Hallie 125 

Moster. Elizabeth 23, 27, 41, 70, 140 

Motzer, Brandon 1 1 1 

Moultry, Terrence 140, 162, 220 

Moushey, Martin 78, 125, 190 

Mowell, Shawn 111 

Moyer, Brian 1 1 1 

Moyer, Kelly 23, 27, 87, 111 

Mueller, Jo-Rita 96 

Mueller, John 1 1 1 

Mullen, Joanne 1 1 1 

Munici, Angelina 140 

Munici, Nicole 11 1 

Murphy, Matthew 162 

Murray, James 125 

Muscarella, Kathy 38, 140 

Muzinic, Christopher 44, 63, 162, 179, 187 

Muzinic, Elizabeth 29, 52, 111 

Myers, Andrew 163, 203 

Myers, Damien 140 

Myers, Scott 36, 163 

Myles, Wendy 31, 125, 193 

Mytrosevich, Lisa 125 

N 

N.H.S. Induction 200 
Nagode, Melissa 69, 112 
Nagy, Erika 69, 125 
Nagy, Michael 64, 84, 125, 190 
Nash, Darryl 140 
Nastasi, Claudine 112 
National Honor Society 49 
Neal, Charlotte 164, 179 



...to the soles of his feet. 




Index 




Fill Slattery and Terri Blasius got into the spirit of Elf 
lay. 



O 



O'Flynn, Michael 84, 164, 179 

O'Neill, Kevin 165, 210 

O'Neill, Martin 112 

O'Neill, Michael 165, 179, 186 

Obeng, Reggie 140 

Oboczky, Michelle 140 

Oden, Theresa 12, 23, 25, 165 

Office 43 

Olszens, Keith 36, 50, 164, 211 

Orazen, Shawn 10, 32, 46, 57, 165, 179, 180 

Orchestra 28 

Orgovan, Matthew 27, 112 

Orlic, Cindy 46, 73, 165, 179 

Oroz, Helen 34, 70, 112 

Orsulic, Richard 46, 165, 203, 205 

Orsulic, Silvia 126 

Ortman, Marie 112 

Osborne, Eric 39, 44, 164, 179, 186 

Ostrander, Carrie 126 




Student Council members, Donna Hoag and Dionne 
Sims are happy to sell Sarah Nehrig a Gobble Gram 
for Thanksgiving. 



Neal, Shawn 125 

Negrelli, Jolie 125 

Nehrig, Edward 164 

Nehrig, Sarah 112, 215 

Nemerovsky, Sherry 140 

Newell, Paul 29, 31, 96, 194 

Newman, Kelli 12, 165, 167, 203 

Newsom, Eric 112 

Newsome, Andrew 27, 67, 74, 125, 193 

Nichols, Charles D 23, 27, 30, 165 

Nickell, Brandy 12, 13, 33, 46, 57, 148, 165, 175, 

179, 180 , 185, 186, 219 

Nickell, Laura 12, 32, 33, 57, 125, 178 

Nicolosi, Stephen 67, 112 

Niebes, Carole 96 

Niemann, Shaunda 112 

Niksick, Kimberly 112 j 

Nolan, Chet 63 

Nolan, John 126, 190 

Norris, Adam 112 

Norris, Lorenzo 34, 84, 165 

Norton, Christopher 31, 126 

Norton, Rachel 29, 140 

Norton, William 112 

Nosan, Mary 112 

Nosse, Lawrence 29, 63, 84, 140, 192 

Novak, Kenneth 126 

Nowak, Leah 140 

Nowosielski, James 1 1 2 

Nowosielski, Joseph 140 

Nugent, Colleen 38, 140 

Nugent, Michael 112 

Nugent, Noreen 140 

Nykiel, Jack 140, 203 



Steve Burke showing off his Elf costume in the 
Planetarium. 




P.A. Announcers 35 

Padavick, Andy 112 

Padavick, April 112 

Padavick, Sherry 112 

Pae, Susan 140 

Pagonis, Despina 29, 112 

Paolucci, James 140 

Papo, Nicholas 112 

Papp, Ericka 112 

Parey, Melissa 21, 25, 87, 126 

Parise, Cara 32, 33, 112 

Parker, Marc 63, 140 

Parries, Linell 112 

Parrino, Shane 140 

Parsons II, Ronald 164, 179 

Parsons, William 112 

Paskert, Joan 53, 96 

Pasquale, Ben 90 

Pasquale, Michael 16, 99, 165, 177, 206 

Patel, Manishbhai 140 

Patel, Rupen 165 

Patrons 202 

Patterson, Katherine 87, 126 

Patton, Damon 64, 126 

Paul, Judy 95, 96 

Pawlowski, Adam 96, 176 

Payne, Matthew 57, 63, 85, 165, 179, 204 

Payne, Sarah 34, 1 12 

Peacock, Chamika 112 

Pearson, Pepe 11, 64, 79, 112 

Peck, Kimberly 165 

Peer Tutors 42 

Pekol, Anne 48, 140 

Pekol, Julie 48, 48, 80, 82, 83, 126 

Pelz, Joshua 86, 112 

Pennington, Tequila 140 

Penny, Teresa 27, 126 

Peoples, Bryan 64, 84, 126, 192 

Peralta, Robert 165 

Perez, Frank 90, 202 

Perez, Peter 112 

Perkins Restaurant 45 

Perme, Raymond 126 

Perna, Ernest 18, 57, 164 

Perovsek, Christopher 126 

Perrotti, Lisa 164 

Perry, Joseph 112 

Perry, Levelle 165 

Perry, Lynnette 28, 112 

Perry, Melissa 42 

Perry, Nicholas 103, 140 

Pesek, Jeffrey 66, 140 



Peters, Kimberly 165 

Peters, Mark 48, 220 

Peters, Matthew 112 

Peterson, Heidi 165, 174 

Petkovic, Tracy 140 

Peto, Michael 74 

Petrasko, Jason 126 

Petrik, Kari 34, 126 

Petrovic, Robert 96, 202 

Petrowski, Brian 126 

Petsche, Michelle 23, 27, 112 

Petterson, Michael 64, 126 

Pfahl, Benjamin 66, 67, 84, 140, 192 

Pfahl, Devanie 112 

Pfeifer, Scott 79, 112, 204 

Phillips II, Nathaniel 23, 27, 40, 112 

Phillips Jr, Alphonzo 79, 112 

Phillips, Nicole 29, 51, 112 

Phillips, Tara 1 12 

Phillis, Jason 66, 140, 190 

Phipps, Karen 29, 38, 68, 140, 193 

Picozzi, Jennifer 57, 126 

Pierce, Justin 67, 112 

Pierce, Lakesha 126 

Pignatiello, Roy 63, 64, 80, 89, 96, 145 

Pike, Dan 84, 140 

Pikus, James 74, 112 

Pikus, Rachel 126 

Pinzarroni, Christina 140, 191 

Piotrowski, Dawn 112 

Pirsjg, Holly 16, 31, 38, 42, 134, 165, 174, 21 1, 212, 

214 

Piscitello, Jacqueline 9, 43, 140 

Pla, Sally 96, 101 

German student, Solvy Mayr andf Foreign Exchange 
Student, Veronika Schnell discussing life in America 
with Michelle Berzinskas. 




Index 



215 




140 



Members of Student Council decorating the cafete- 
ria the week before Winter vacation. 



Play, Fall 50 

Play, Holiday 51 

Play, Spring 197 

Play, Winter 196 

Plesec, Julianne 165 

Plevclich, Michelle 23, 24, 137, 

Pocaro, Michelle 166, 204 

Podmore, David 126 

Podmore, Debbie 34, 73, 74, 112 

Pollard, Tameka 126 

Pomiecko, Ginger 126 

Pope, Jason 112 

Popovic, Sean J 66, 126 

Popp, Angelina 21, 23, 25, 29, 126, 193 

Posavad, James 174 

Posey, Kelvin 140 

Powalie, Melissa 23, 69, 82, 119, 126, 191 

Powaski, Ronald 96, 164 

Powell, Anthony 112 

Powell, Karen 166 

Powell, Steve 140 

Powell, Timothy 126 

Presot, Jim 46, 66, 67, 89, 96, 222 

Price, Jamile 166, 179 

Primosch, Lisa 29, 59, 112 

Pritchett, Angela M 140 

Proctor, Brian 174 

Proctor, Joshua 27, 112^*w, 

Proctor, Terra 16, 46, 166, 179, 

Prodan, Nino 29, 113 

Prom 201 

Provident Bank 37 

Prude, Morio 113 

Pugh, Dana 166 

Puglia, James 126 

Puhalj, Engelbert 167, 179, 186 



Bob Schmeling and Phil Walczak measuring out a 
volume of solution in chemistry lab. 




Pupo, Joseph 140 
Pursley, F. Jason. 126 



Quinn, Gerald 63, 167, 181 
Quirarte, Mary 1 1 3 

R 

Radachy, David 211 

Radachy, Karen 73. 80, 140, 193 

Radolovic, Allen 166 

Raguz, Marija 70, 134, 140, 220 

Raguz, Tomislav 166 

Raicevich, Mike 71, 96, 167, 198 

Ramlow, Barbara 39, 96, 202 

Ramlow, Robert 84, 96, 192, 202 

Randolph, Michelle 29, 34, 166, 179, 181, 185 

Ransaw, Nakia 126 

Ransdell, Amy 28, 41, 45, 88, 140, 222 

Ray, Kacie 113 

Ray, Michael 126 

Ray, Yoolanda 29 

Reed, Michelle 18, 34, 68, 76, 142, 212 

Reed, Richard 126, 142 

Reed, Willie 64, 113 

Regal Shoe Shop 202 

Reichert, Robert 126 

Reichman, Adam 3, 12, 13, 63, 126, 190 

Reksten, James 1 1 3 

Relliford, Angela 142 

Renftle, David 113 

Reno, Charles 4, 96, 186, 202 

Rezzolla, Mike 63, 65, 191 

Rhodes, Katherine 142 

Rhodes, Ken 27 

Richards Jr., John 16, 166, 190 

Richards, Leslie 9, 66, 67, 142 

Richards, Olympia 142 

Richardson, Anjanette 142 

Richardson, La Sondra 126 

Richardson, Wyley 113 

Richart, Terry 142 

Richmond, Wendy 126 

Ridings, Scott 113 

Riedel, Denise 8, 23, 24, 82, 137, 142, 193 

Riedel, Lisa 8, 23, 24, 34, 46, 56, 137, 166, 193, 

209, 220 , 222 

Riek, John 167, 204, 207 

Rina, Michael 29, 113, 126 

Risko, Debrah68, 142, 191 

Ritz, Kimberly 32, 142 

Rivera, Frances 9, 142 

Rivers, Verenda 167 

Roach, James 63, 166, 179, 214 

Rob, Paul 84 

Roberts, Ann 99 

Roberts, Jason 1 1 3 

Robinson, Akilah 126 

Robinson, Hope 8, 31, 43, 142, 211 

Robinson, Michael 91, 202 

Rocco, Melissa 39, 73, 147, 166, 179, 181, 185, 186 

Rodriguez, Angelica 17, 18, 166 

Rodriguez, Joe 99 

Roeder, Rebecca 46, 166 

Roethel, Angela 146, 166, 179 

Roever, Dave 96 

Rogers Jr., Wilson 1 1 3 

Rogers, James 126 

Rogers, Shanti 167 

Rogonjic, Mate 126 

Rolfe, Dr. Allan A. 202 

Roll, Robert 126 

Rosberg, Rachel 142 

Rose, Kenneth 23, 126 





Dan Carlton, Marnie Salupo and Debbie Long devot- 
ing time to decorate the cafeteria. 

Roth, Eric 64, 1 26 

Roth, Paul 126 

Rowe, Amanda 70, 126 

Rozic, Leon 85, 142 

Rozic, Tony 85, 113 

Rudisill, Revonda A. 167 

Ruggeri, Ann 34, 142, 191, 209 

Runza, Paul 142 

Rusack, Kevin 1 13 

Russ, Kyle 32, 33, 113 

Russo, Joyce 99 

Russo, Michael 1 1 3 

Russo, Tony 91 

Ryan, Lisa 166 

Rychlik, Melissa 126 



S.A.D.D. 53 

Sabel, Kimberly 73, 87, 126 

Sacko, Liesel 32, 33, 102, 104, 113 

SADD Assembly 198 

Sadler, Andrew 56, 126, 193 

Sadowski, Joyce 99 

Sage, Joseph 142 

Sager, Steven 1 1 3 

Sajetowski, Jonathan 142 

Sakatch, Joseph 142 

Sakatch, Rebecca 32, 33, 113 

Sallach, Fred 99 

Salopek, Joseph 128, 220 

Salupo, Marnie 29, 34, 130, 142, 216 

Salvano, Michael 128 

Salvatore, Alicia 51, 69, 113 

Samas, Joshua 142, 190 

Samsa, Jason 23, 27, 113 

Steve Barstow and Tony Bruketa trying to get the 
ball past a Mentor defender. 




216 



Index 






49, 56, 



ob Zele tackling the Mayfield ball carrier while 
tevan Jackson comes over to help. 



Sanadio, Gaby 39 
Sanborn, Sandy 99, 202 
Sanders, Michael 113 
Sanders, Wendi 166 
Sandia, Gaby 142 
Sandia, Maria 174 
Sanelli, Domenic 166 
'Sankey, Jennifer 160, 166, 179 
Sargent, Brian 18, 19, 57, 166, 185, 204 
Sarpolis, Deborah 201 
Sarpolis, Kristen 96, 142, 204, 222 
Sarpolis, Lauren 113, 204 
Sas, James 64, 128, 190 
Sattler, Greg 99 
Savchuk, Robert 142 
Scaife, Heather 113 
Schaefer, Christine 12, 19, 34, 44, 45, 
167, 17 9, 204, 219 
Schauer, Robert 113 
Scheurman, Keith 22, 23, 36, 52, 142 
Scheurman, Lauren 32, 33, 58, 128 
Schiavoni, Deana 142 
Schill, Kevin 113 
Schilling, Jennifer 113 
Schmeling, Bette 20, 49, 99, 164, 202 
Schmeling, Robert 31, 86, 142, 216, 222 
Schmidt, Hope 11, 34, 167, 179, 186 
Schmidt, Kim 142, 193, 204 
Schneider, James 174 
Schneider, Terese M 69, 113 
Schnell, Veronika 30, 39, 133, 168, 175, 215 
Schoen, Kathleen 142 
Schoval, Richard 142 
Schroeder, Becky 39 
Schuerman, Keith 27 
Schuerman, Lauren 27 



Justin Daugherty signals that he is open while Day- 
mond Callahan tries to help out against Mayfield. 






Schultz, Donata 99 

Schultz, Jennifer 128 

Schultz, Kimberly 32, 113 

Schultz, Tammi 69, 113 

Schuster, Marci 46, 168 

Schwan, Jennifer 99 

Schwan, Samuel 113 

Schwan, Sandra 128 

Schwenke, Pete 63, 99, 193 

Science Olympiad 52 

Scott, Darnell 12, 62, 63, 169, 219 

Scott, Holly 32, 33, 103, 142 

Scott, Justin 169 

Seawright, Samuel 79, 113 

Secic, Michelle 3, 43, 84, 168, 169, 179 

Sedmak, Edward 40, 128 

Sedmak, Tom 63, 142' 

Segines, Dawn 174 

Segulin, Mickey 99 

Selvaggio, Nick 99 

Senger, Gary 1 1 3 

Senior 146 

Senior Awards 200 

Senior Senior Prom 199 

Seniors 148 

Seper, Victor 85, 128 

Sergo, Christina 29, 113 

Serra, Paul 2, 99, 100, 167, 190, 202 

Severino, Jan 99 

Seymour, Ron 90, 99 

Sfura, Denyel 142 

Shady, Patricia 142 

Shah, Darshi 34, 42, 142 

Shamp, James 64, 84, 128 

Shank, Christopher 181 

Shannon, Thomas 169, 179, 181, 185, 187 

Shantery, Bryan 128 

Shaw, Anthony 10, 62, 63, 169, 179 

Shea, Thomas 142 

Sheck, David 62, 63, 74, 168 

Sheck, Mike 63, 99 

Sheck, Patricia 23, 27, 87, 113 

Shelley, Abbey 113 

Shenk, Christopher 168 

Shepherd, Ted 128 

Sheridan, Elaine 89, 99 

Sheridan, Michael 62, 63, 74, 75, 156, 169 

Sheridan, Paula 99, 202 

Shields, Anthony 128 

Shimko, Daniel 142 

Shine, Monica 142 

Sholtis, Matthew 128 

Shore Center Barber & Style 134 

Short, Deshaun 74, 128 

Shrader, Rebecca 87, 113 

Shuskey, Todd 128, 212 

Shy, Dorian 113 

Siedler, Ronald 78, 128, 190 

Sillia Jr, Phillip 61, 71, 142, 190 

Simenc, Jeffrey 71, 169, 176 

Simenc, Jennifer 3, 128 

Simic, Marko 63, 142 

Simmons, Gregory 113 

Simmons, Joyce 142 

Simmons, Vakeeta 193 

Simon, Keri 128 

Simpson, Jim 99 

Sims, Andre 142 

Sims, Dionne 29, 34, 142, 193, 215 

Siplock, Nathan 128 

Sirk, Steven 3, 66, 142 

Skrab, Suzanne 69, 128 

Skrtic, Anna 142 

Skuly, Nicole 69, 113 

Slattery, Jill 80, 81, 142, 215 

Slaughter, Chenise 169, 179, 185 








Coleen Bradach goes up for a shot against Laurel. 

Slaybaugh, Holly 29, 128 

Slogar, Elizabeth 34, 128, 212 

Slogar, Stephanie 34, 36, 49, 169, 179, 181, 185, 

211, 212,219 

Slusarski II, Ronald 62, 63, 169 

Smayda, Emily 12, 29, 34, 41, 42, 44, 45, 48, 53, 56, 

70, 1 42, 179, 184 

Smialek, Charles 34, 67, 113 

Smith, Amy 21, 42, 51, 53, 168, 220, 222 

Smith, Antonio 79 

Smith, Bob 88, 99 

Smith, Bonnie 99 

Smith, Brandon 113 

Smith, Donovan 47, 51, 113 

Smith, Erin 29, 70, 1 13 

Smith, Jeffrey 128 

Smith, Jonasis 28, 34, 49, 63, 151, 168, 180, 186, 

199 

Smith, Kenneth 169 

Smith, La Tesha 20, 22, 23, 26, 169, 177 

Smith, Latonya 82, 128, 193 

Smith, Mike 99 

Smith, Nelleeta S 143 

Smith, Robert 84, 189, 192, 201 

Smith, Shannon 62, 63, 169 

Smith, Tara 1 1 3 

Smith, Wayne 36, 99 

Sneperger, Michelle 128 

Snitzky, Stephen 40, 143 

Snowden, Antoine 113 

Soccer 66 

Socha, Jason 12, 19, 20, 34, 44, 48, 49, 66, 67, 169 

180 

Socha, Sean 4, 44, 45, 48, 143 

Softball 191 

Solnosky, William 169 



John Vuyancih gets into position to get the rebound 
while Charles Yurcich takes a shot against Willough- 
by South. 




I 



1 



Index 



217 




The Flag Corps and Marching Band's performance 
during haLftimes added music and rhythm to football 
games. 

Soltesz, Frank 85, 99, 127, 143, 192, 202 

Somrak, Christian 143 

Sonnhalter, Gregory 143 

Sophomores 1 16 

Soprek, Richard 143 

Soric, Dominic 4, 66, 67, 143 

Soutar, Heather 69, 113 

South Shore Tanning Salon 134 

Spada, Christopher 63, 168, 204, 205 

Spada, Jennifer 43, 143 

Spada, Maria 43, 128 

Sparks, Derrick 128 

Speed, Dreana 168, 175 

Spencer, Samantha 143 

Spencer, Thomas 143 

Spencer, Zachary 74, 113 

Spiegel, Catherine 43, 143 

Spiga, Barbara 42, 99 

Spirit 6 

Spooner, Lorri 169 

Sport's Aides 59 

Sports 60 

Spring 197 

Springer, Anthony 114 

Springer, Barb 99 

Springer, Michelle 34, 42, 169, 186, 206 

Stadler, Veronica 99 

Staff 92 

Stanic, Kurt 90, 200, 201 

Staples, Robert 63, 169 

Staples, Robin 143 

Starling, Ramon 128 

Starr, Sheree 169 

Steele's Garage 137 

Steele, Lisabeth 114, 115 

The volleyball team getting a few words of support 
from the coach during a game. 




Stephens, David 46, 169 

Stepic, Michael 114 

Sterrick, Brian 170 

Sterrick, Kevin 47, 51, 114 

Stewart, Lamont 170 

Stewart, Reginald 174 

Stewart, Vanya 114 

Stih, Cynthia 46, 170, 180 

Stillings, Brian 170 

Stillings, Mark 1 14 

Stobinski, Judy 99 

Stocum, Aaron 1 14 

Stohler, Jamie 170, 181, 204, 206 

Stois, John 171 

Stois, Jon 63 

Stokes, Ronald 171 

Straub, Megan 186 

Strong, Floyd 114 

Stroup, Maria 53, 99 

Strukel, Adrienne 143 

Struna, Bonnie 82, 128 

Struna, Holly 31, 34, 143 

Strunk, David 170 

Stryjewski, Angela 143 

Student Council 34 

Student Council Ad 182 

Student Life Divider 4 

Subel, Christine 80, 143 

Suchy, Michelle 69, 114 

Sue, Man Nee 174 

Sugar, Robert 170 

Summerall, Charrisse 170 

Survey 44 

Sustarsic, Angela 128 

Sustarsic, Anthony 1 1 4 

Swan, Heather 29, 130, 143 

Swan, Mark 74, 128 

Swanson, Erick 26, 28, 30, 47 

Swanson, Sandy 174 

Swanson, Sylvia 128 

Swearingen, Kimberly 128, 191 

Sweet.^Joe 63, 85, 102, 143, 189, 190 

Swim Show 195 

Swimming 86 

Swope, Peter 70, 193 

Swyt, Peter 23, 27, 30, 86, 130, 143 

Sylvia, Luciana 114 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 26 

Sztul, Vincent 78, 128, 190 



Tanner, April 152, 170 

Taplin, Jill 29, 42, 128 

Taylor, Ebony S 114 

Taylor, Frances 174 

Taylor, Kimberly 28, 34, 35, 50, 58, 141, 152, 170, 

176, 18 0, 186, 213, 214 

Taylor, Laura 152, 171 

Taylor, Mark 23, 26, 27, 28, 128 

Taylor, Ramona 128 

Taylor, Samuel 1 28 

Taylor, Tanis 171, 186 

Taysom, Nicole 143 

Tekavec, Ann 174 

Tekavec, Joseph 114 

Tekavec, Tracy 143 

Telford, Ernest 114 

Tennis, Boy's 193 

Tennis, Girl's 70 

Terlizzi, Anthony 143 

Terry, Telesa 34, 170 

Thaxton, Thaddeus 40 

Theme 2 

Thomas, Bobby 114 

Thomas, Bruce 1 14 




A welcome respite for Euclid students - an assembly 
in the auditorium. 



Thomas, Jermaine 170 

Thomas, Michael 143 

Thomas, Renee 33, 114 

Thomas, Shawn 67, 128 

Thompson, Andrew 23, 27, 114 

Thompson, Darryl L 128 

Thompson, Frederick 143 

Thompson, Rebecca 128 

Thompson, Shawn 74, 128, 192 

Thornburg, Gerri 114 

Thornton, Tammieanna 170 

Thurman, Anitra D 114 

Tillinghast, Kathryn 143 

Timm, James 128 

Timmons, James 128 

Timmons, Timera 129 

Tingley, Steven 71, 85, 114 

Tinker, Patricia 170 

Tkac, Carol 99 

Tobias, Shelley 18, 23, 25, 34, 57, 147, 170. 174 

Tobin, Megan 87, 143 

Tolbert, Nehvon 10, 63, 84, 143, 192 

Tolbert, Zahrod 174 

Tolo, Zeljko 67, 129 

Tomaro, Frank 129 

Tomasi, Lou 84, 193 

Tomazic, Brian 114 

Tomazic, Monica 129, 193 

Tome, Mark 114 

Tomsic, Mark 23, 26, 28, 30, 47, 86, 130, 143 

Tomsic, Michael 23, 26, 47, 86, 104, 1 14 

Toney, Aundray 129 

Tonn, Rosemarie 99 

Tony LaRiche Chevrolet/Geo 221 

Torrelli, Chris 52, 101, 164 

The East 222 St. Jazz Band performing at the Winter 
Choral assembly. 





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Index 







Brandy Nickell, Darnell Scott and Rob Zele were 
Homecoming Queen and King candidates being pre- 
sented to the school at an assembly. 

Torzewski Jr, Bruce 171, 185 

Torzewski, Douglas 114 

Torzewski, Peggy 101 

Toth, Brian 114 

Toth, Michael 129 

Toth, Nicole 143 

Touschner, Keith 171 

Track, Boy's 192 

Track, Girl's 193 

Track, Indoor 84 

Travolta, Jonathan 143 

Trebec, Dawn 114 

Trice, Jumal 129 

Trimmer, Scott 129 

Trocheck, Jodin 170 

Troha, Adrienne 8, 170 

Troy, Kenneth 170 

Troy, Kevin 40, 114 

Trzcinski, Angela 129 

Tucci, Julie 129 

Tucker, Cheryl 174 

Tucker, Naja 114 

Tucker, Shawn 129 

Turchik, Linda 84, 129, 204 

Turek, Joanne 29, 114 

Turk, Michael 114 

Turk, Pat 101 

Turk, Tom 39 

Turk, Wendy 143 

Turkall, Corrinne 68, 103, 130, 143, 171, 191 

Turkall, Dennis 78, 101, 190 

Turpin, Debra 58, 195 

Twin Valu 138 

Tyree, Kevin 1 1 4 



Student Council's adviser, Ms. Bambic is the one 
»ho gets it all to go smoothly. 




U 



U, Jun Yong48, 52, 70, 170 

U, Su Yong 52, 70, 129 

Uchbar Jr, Douglas 16, 146. 170, 206 

Uchbar, Leann 69, 1 14 

Uchida, Kadohi 29, 39, 87, 143, 174 

Ujcich, Cynthia 23, 27, 129 

Underclass Divider 102 

Upton, Heather 34, 1 14 

Urbania, Michael, 174 

Ursich, Gabrielle 129 



Vaccarino, Steven 129 

Valentic, Ivica 129 

Valentic, Rose 17, 34, 171, 180, 181, 185 

Van Ho, Adam 23, 27, 114 

Van Ho, Kay 90, 201 

Van Ness, Jennifer 143 

Vance, Kevin 41, 48, 51, 52, 53, 72, 84, 145, 171 

179, 180 , 184, 192, 222 

Vancura, Timothy 129 

Vannarath, Davong 129 

Vargo, Brian 114 

Varsity Chorale 31 

Vaslavsky, Steven 47, 114 

Veedmont III, Pete 174 

Veedmont, Kimberly 129 

Vega, Daniel 143 

Vehovec, Bryan 172 

Verbyla, Laura 174 

Vicic, Tammi 114 

Victor, Ronald 90 

Virant, Denice 69, 129 

Vivic, Tammi 23, 27 

Vogel, Gretchen 114 

Voigt, Robert 172 

Voll, Michelle 23, 26, 28, 143 

Volleyball 68 

Von Benken, Bill 41, 101, 202, £22 

Von Sick, Amy 34, 114 

Von Sick, Christine 16, 43, 46, 168, 172, 180 

Vucic, Chris 114 

Vunderink, Nicholas 143 

Vurusic, Jayne 172, 180, 185, 187 

Vuyancih, John 76, 79, 143, 190, 217 

Vuyancih, William 79, 114 







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W 



Wagner, David 1 1 4 

Wagner, Jeanette 114 

Wagner, Michelle 20, 50, 141, 172, 213 

Wagner, William 114 

Wai Napolo 58 

Wakkila, Jaime 1 14 

Walczak, Bryan 129 

Walczak, Michael 67, 115 

Walczak, Philip 49, 85, 163, 164, 173, 180, 192, 

216, 219 

Walden, Kristana 1 29 

Walker Jr, Anthony 143 

Wallace, Rhoan 27, 84, 143 

Wallace, Sheena 143 

Waller, Cheryl 143 

Waller, Rrebecca 1 1 5 

Wallette, Jody 73, 87, 129, 193 

Waliette, Stacy 29, 173 

Walsh, Kathleen 69, 129, 193 

Walsmith, Bob 101 

Walter, Kenneth 10, 62, 63, 173, 174 

Walter, Kimberly 129 

Waltermire, Karrie 31, 43, 143 



National Honor Society members, Phil Walczak, 
Christine Schaefer, Windi Wojdak, Debra Isgro, 
Stephanie Slogar, Heather Kristoff and Rebecca 
Karnak discuss induction plans at one of their 
meetings. 

Walters, Cherie 143 

Walters, Rickie 115 

Walton, Renee 130, 143 

Wandersleben, Eric 8, 38, 63, 143 

Wang, Wendy 50, 143 

Ward, Patrice 192 

Ware, Damon 144 

Ware, Raquel 115 

Wargo, Melanie 29, 129 

Warik, Kimberly 29, 144 

Warman, Cheryl 101 

Warman, Connie 70, 101, 202 

Warren, Brent 74, 115 

Washington, Natecia N 144 

Watkins, Terry 144 

Watson, Hallie 34, 70, 174 

Weaver, Rebecca 8, 34, 59, 155, 173, 180, 185, 187, 

193 

Weber, Adam 67, 115 

Weier, Anita 174 

Wein, Margaret 1 15 

Wein, Mary 43, 129 

Weiss, Russell 123 

Welch, Robert 64, 129 

Wells, Danita 129 

Welsh, Cynthia 144 

Welsh, Jacquelyn 115 

Wenderoth, Ronald 115 

Wensing, Dan 63, 101 

West, Teresa 144, 173 

Weybrecht, Jason 17, 46, 76, 172 

On January 22, the National Honor Society had its 
annual tapping for new members. After the new 
members were tapped, they attended a luncheon in 
the cafeteria. 





Index 



219 







Ken Wolenski, Meredith FitzGerald, India Ford and 
Amy Smith deciding what to do about toy production 
in the Holiday Play. 



Wheeler, John 47, 86, 129 

Whelan, Thomas 34, 66, 172, 174 

Wherley, Richard 52, 101 

White, Carrie 32, 33, 104, 115 

White, Kenya 129 

White, Lawanda 144 

White, Mary 101, 167, 202 

White, Nichole 144 

White, Tamika 115 

White, Vanessa 144 

Whiteman, Kimberly 144 

Whitmore, Shelina 115 

Whittaker, Jeffrey 115 

Whittle Communications 145 

Whiz Kids 52 

Wiggins, Phil 174 

Wilcox, Paulnetta 23, 27, 34, 35, 76, 84, 172, 174, 

180, 18 1, 192, 204, 222 

Wilkerson, Dranoel 76, 78, 144 

Williams, Andrea 1 1 5 

Williams, Anton 64, 129 

Williams, Carol 101 

Williams, Claudia 172, 175 

Williams, Donell 129 

Williams, Gregory 144 

Williams, Juan 144 

Williams, Michael 115 

Williams, Monica 129 

Williams, Rashawn 115, 174 

Williams, Steven 115, 144 

Willingham, Bruce 74, 115 

Willingham, Melissa 23, 27, 172, 204 



Tom Zovko gives a flower to La Trese Higgins dur- 
ing the Homecoming assembly which was held to 
introduce the candidates to the students. 




Willis, Derrick 34, 62, 63, 173, 180, 185 

Willis, James 115 

Willrich, Richard 129 

Wilson, Amy 115 

Wilson, Eric 173 

Wilson, Grady 144 

Wilson, Melissa 31, 69, 87, 129 

Wilson, Tenia 115 

Wilson, Tina 89 

Wilson, Wayne 64, 129 

Windham, Dennis 65 

Winston, Alaster 144 

Winter 196 

Wise, Stephen 29 

Witczak, Martin 23, 27, 30, 52, 115 

Witczak, Michael 23, 26, 30, 42, 52, 144 

Witt, Michelle 129 

Witten, Nichole 29, 115 

Woide, Jason 115 

Wojdak, Jeremy 34, 129 

Wojdak, Windi 23, 24, 34, 49, 137, 173, 180, 219 

Wolchko, Jennifer 27, 37, 42, 44, 129 

Wolenski, Adrienne 1 1 5 

Wolenski, Jennifer 129 

Wolenski, Kenneth 36, 51, 72, 84, 151, 173, 180, 

187, 192, 211, 220 

Wolf, Richard 144 

Womack, Edrina 46, 173 

Woods Jr, Jerry 129 

Woods, Valencia 23, 25, 151, 172, 180 

Workman, Steven 30, 84, 144 

Worthington, Kenya 1 1 5 

Woullard, Donnaire 46, 172 

Wrestling 74 

Wright, Damon 115 

Wyley, Milton 35, 172, 180 



Yafanaro, Toni Marie 23, 27, 129 

Yanni, Anthony 144 

Yocum, Robert 91, 95 

Yoe, Robert 7, 11, 62, 63, 84, 144, 192 

York, Dick 73, 101, 193 

Young, Crystal 172 

Young, Kathleen 129 

Young, Nathan 144 

Young, Paul 173, 180, 204, 209 

Yuhas, Karen 32, 33, 99, 202 

Yuhas, Stacie 32, 46, 57, 146, 148, 173, 175, 178, 

187, 204 , 208, 214 

Yurcich, Charles 76, 173, 185, 217 

Yurcich, Michael 61, 64, 78 



Zagore, Christine 173 




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Chenett Johnson, Janene Zakrajsek, Coleen Bra- 
dach, Maria Marcelli and Lisa Riedel were winners 
in the Halloween dress-up contest. 



Zaharija, Denis 115 

Zahler, James 51, 53, 164, 173, 180 

Zahtila, Melissa 115 

Zahursky, Carol 172 

Zahursky, Stephen 79, 115 

Zajec, Anita 129 

Zakrajsek, Christine 29, 115 

Zakrajsek, Janene 18, 19, 34, 45, 57, 172, 180, 185, 

204, 2 20 

Zakrajsek, Jo Anne 27, 29, 144 

Zalar, Catherine 115 

Zalar, Loretta 173, 180 

Zana, Deborah 144 

Zana, Michelle 115 

Zappia, Courtney 144 

Zdesar, James 1 1 5 

Zdrilic, Mariana 27, 87, 129 

Zele, Jackie 144 

Zele, Jennifer 144 

Zele, Robert 10, 11, 

219 

Zemba, Brian 144 

Zhang, Elizabeth 39, 173 

Zivnoska, Christine 23, 24, 129, 137 

Zivnoska, Edward 46, 61, 62, 156, 173, 180, 190 I 

Zovko,Tomislav62,63,65, 147, 173, 174, 181,220 | 

Zubizarreta, Judith 202 

Zubizarreta, Judy 101 

Zucher III, Donald 144 

Zupancic, Barbara 144 

Zupancic, David 115 

Zvinoska, Edward 63 

Mark Peters, Dana Duran, Shawn Moultry, Chris 
Kulcsar, Matt Lanzaretta, Tessa Cunningham, Jim 
Ball, Joe Salopek, Maria Raguz and Priest Moore 
relaxing on the steps before classes. 




12, 13, 60, 62, 63, 173, 217, 




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FINAL MOMENTS 



Thank You 



Colophon 



Regrets 



The staff of the 1991 Euclidian would 
like to extend thanks to all who helped to 
make this book possible. First and fore- 
most, thanks have to go to our advisor, Mr. 
Von Benken for the many long hours of 
hard work and leadership that had to be 
put in to get the entire operation going and 
to keep it going. Others to be thanked are: 
Ohio School Pictures for supplying film 
and processing for the many pictures that 
appear in the book and for taking many of 
the team pictures, senior and underclass 
pictures, Josten's Yearbook Company for 
putting it all together in such an artistic 
manner, Jan Kehn for arranging photogra- 
phy dates and supplying needed material, 
the writers and photographers who con- 
tributed their time, Jim Presot and his 
Marketing Education class for selling ads, 
Carla Matiaska and Rebecca Karnak for 
devoting many hours of their time, and last 
but not least, the entire student body at 
Euclid High School without which this 
book could not exist. 



Staff 



Editor-in-Chief: Carla Matiaska 

Copy Staff: Carla Matiaska, Rebecca 
Karnak, Bob Schmeling, Jennie Ayers, 
Scott Gould, Jeff Kaleal, Amy Ransdell, 
Ed Galosi, Rob Galosi, Kevin Vance. 

Contributors (1 or 2 stories): Meredith 
FitzGerald, Liz Mazzei, Lisa Riedel, Mike 
Karabinus, Ann Kelly, Irene Dejak, Bill 
Aube, Kristen Sarpolis, Stacey Brown, 
Lynn Gessler. 

Data Input: Carla Matiaska, Bob Schmel- 
ing, Jennie Ayers, Rebecca Karnak, Lisa 
Riedel, Jeff Kaleal, Kristen Sarpolis, Julie 
Juratic. 



700 copies of the 1991 Euclidian were 
printed by the Jostens Printing and Pub- 
lishing Division at State College, Pennsyl- 
vania. The book is printed on Gloss 191 
paper stock and includes 48 pages of full 
color, 32 of which are the senior photo- 
graphs. Paragraphs were indented with 
both sides justified. 

Body copy, Scoreboxes and the index 
were set in 10 point Times Roman type. 
Picture captions, Photo credits and Por- 
trait names were set in 8 point Times Ro- 
man type. The Folio tabs were set in 14 
point Times Roman type. The Subhead- 
lines were set in 24 point Century School- 
book Bold type while the Headlines were 
set in 36 point Century Schoolbook Bold 
type. The Division headlines were set in 60 
point Helvetica type. All copy is set using 
the Autocopy I program supplied by Jos- 
ten's Yearbook Company and running on 
an MS-DOS compatible computer. 

The cover was designed by Anthony 
Merritt. Pages were submitted to the plant 
on five deadlines, November 5, December 
3, December 21, January 21 and the final 
deadline was February 25. All the color 
pages had to be in the first deadline. Since 
the final deadline was in late February, 
nothing that occurred after that time 
could be included in the book. 



Photography: Ed Boyle, Bob Schmeling, 
Scott Gould, Paulnetta Wilcox, Meredith 
FitzGerald, India Ford, Rebecca Karnak, 
Liz Mazzei, Lisa Riedel, Carol Morgan 
Brown, Ed Galosi, Rob Galosi, Bill Aube, 
Jeff Kaleal. 

Layout: Ed Boyle, Amy Smith, Stephanie 
Christopher, Carla Matiaska, Bob 
Schmeling, Scott Gould, Rebecca Karnak, 
Jeff Kaleal, Lisa Riedel, Mike Karabinus, 
Ed Galosi, Rob Galosi, Ann Kelly, Kristen 
Sarpolis, Julie Juratic, Bill Aube. 



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The 1990-1991 school year is history. 
Many interesting and significant events 
occurred during that time. As far as Eu- 
clid High School was concerned it had just 
about reached its smallest population. For 
more than a decade its enrollment had 
been dropping due to decreasing birth rate 
and families moving away. This trend is 
hopefully going to reverse in the near fu- 
ture with the elementary and middle 
schools seeing an increase in enrollment. 

With the lower and lower enrollment, it 
has been harder and herder to get students 
to participate in the many activities that 
Euclid High School has to offer. Hopeful- 
ly, with an increased enrollment, there will 
be an increased participation in school ac- 
tivities. Unfortunately, with the wide- 
spread employment of high school stu- 
dents in after-school jobs their time may 
be too limited to spend much of it on en- 
tracurricular activities. 

Because of this, the Euclidian's staff 
was small and most of the work was done 
by the advisor who tried to do his best but 
there is only so much that could be done. 
We sincerely apologize for any errors or 
omissions that occurred but you have to 
understand that this is only a high school 
publication and mistakes happen. Anyone 
was welcome to help on the book this year 
and would also be welcome to help next 
year. If you don't like the way something 
was done this year then help change it for 
next year. Your ideas and help are always 
welcome. 



Closing 



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Signatures 223 




224 



Signatures 



MITCHELL ADDY • DERYKKA ALBRIGHT • KERRI ALESNIK • 

DANIEL AMATO • THOMIKA ANDERSON • HAROLD ANDREWS • 

STACEY APANAITES • TINA ARNOLD • LADRHESA ASH • GREGORY 

BABNIK • SHANNON BAILEY • DIANE BAIRD • PATTI BAKER • MATTHEW 

BARLEY • SHARON BARRETT • CARLA BARTLETT • JENNIFER BECK • LATRICE 

BELL • MITCHELL BERZIN • MICHELLE BERZINSKAS • THERESA BLASIUS • LEE BOCK • 

GERALD BOINER • JOCELYN BOROS • VICTORIA BOROS • SHAWNA BRADAC • COLEEN 

BRADACH • CANTINA BREWINGTON • SUZI BRKIC • BRIGETT BROKAW • BOSTJAN BRUMEN • 

RICHARD BUNN« JOHN BURICH* PATRICIA BURKE 'STEPHEN BURKE* STEVE BURRINGTON »TRACY 

CAPUOZZO • PATRICK CAREY • ANTHONY CARMIGIANO • KELLY CARNEY • MICHAEL CARNEY • BRYANT 

CARROLL • JASON CARROLL • TAMIKO CARTER • ROGELENE M CASTRO • BETSY CAYNE • CHRISTINE 

CECELIC«SONIACENCIC» NICOLE CERANOWICZ* LESLIE CERCEK* JOSEPH CESA«TENNISHACHATMAN« 

DAMON CHERNEY • CHRISTINE FREDERICK DIXON • MICHELLE 

CHIANCONE • JOHN CIARLILLO • DONOVAN • JENNIFER DREIS • DANIEL 

CHRISTOPHER CIULLA • ADRIENNE DUBECKY • KELLY DUFFY • ALEN 

CIUPRINSKAS* KEITH CLARK • SHAWN DUGMOVIC • MARIJO DUJMOVIC • 

CLARK«TERRYCLARKII»TERRYCOBB JEANNE DUVALL • RICHARD EADS • 

• SHANA COGHILL • ANDREA DARRYL EAST • LISA EATON • BASSEM 
COLAVECCHIO • REBECCA COLE • EL-KHATIB • LORETTA EPPINGER • 
JESSE COLEMAN • MARLA COOK • LAURIE EVANS • CHRISTOPHER 
CATHERINE COPELAND • IRVIN FAKULT • MARK FIFOLT • MEREDITH 
(?ORBITT • YOLANDA CORNELIUS • FITZGERALD • RICHARD FLAISMAN • 
CHRJSTINE COTTER* MIRIAM COUCH* CYNTHIA FOCARETO • INDIA FORD • 
LEONARD CRAIG • JODIE CULLITON • JENEEN FOREE • JAMES FOREMAN • 
RASHONDA CUMMINGS • ANTHONY ERIN FOX • MICHAEL FRICKE • 
CURRY • VIDAL CURRY • JUSTIN TIMOTHY FULGHAM • VICTORIA 
DAUGHERTY • KELLY DAUGHERTY • FUMICH • CHRISTINE GALAIDA • 
MAUREEN DEJONGE* FRANK DENGEL COLEEN GALLAGHER • KELLY 
JR • MARY DENGEL • DENISE GAMBATESE • MELISSA GAMMON • 
DENOVICH • ELVIRA Dl PLACITO • MATTHEW GARBINCUS • DENNIS 
GARGIULO • MARIO GASPERSIC • KEVIN GEMBARSKI • GREGORY GERLAND • SHERI GEZANN • ADAIR 
GILBERT 'KENNETH GILBERT* JONATHAN GORNIK • SCOTTGOULD* JOZELIA GRACE* LA QUANAGRANT* 

TRACEYGRAVES«CHRISTOPHERGRIFFIN« BRIAN GUILFOYLE»GARYHABAT« DANIEL HALLII* SUZANNE 

HAMILTON • MAUREEN HANNAN • AARON HASELBUSCH • JACKQUALYNN HASTY* CARRIE HATCHER* 

LISAHAWK«RUSSHENIKMAN*LATRESEHIGGINS«DANNYHILL»ROBERTHILLJR« JAMES HLABSE 

• DONNA HOAG'TIM HOFFMAN 'MICHAEL HOLLY* CRAIG HOOVER* REBECCA HOPKINS • JANET 

HULA • SCOTT HUMPHRIES* ROBIN HUNT »DEBRAISGRO« ETHEL ISHEIM • NIVES IVANCIN • 

BRIAN JACKSON • LEE JACKSON • SHELLI JACKSON • CHENETT JOHNSON • DENISE L 

JOHNSON «KENNARD JOHNSON-BEY* ANGELA JONES •CHARITYJONES'DARYL JONES 

• KAWANA JONES* RAYMOND JONES 'VALERIE JONES «KATHERINEJUHL« REBECCA 

KARNAK • ANN KELLY • JOEL KERNC • KENNETH KILGORE • KEVIN KINSELLA • 

MICHELLE KITIS • AARON KOONCE • 

JAMES KOSMERL • JESSICA KOVAC • 

EDWARD KOVACIC • JANICE 

KOZLOWSKI • DAVID KRAMER • 

JENNIFER KRASNIK • HEATHER 

PATRICIA MASTERSfON • CARLA KRISTOFF • MELISSA KROHN • 

MATIASKA • ELIZABETH MAZZEI • JEFFERYKROPE«CATHERINEKUBINSI 

VALERIE MC CARTHY • COLLEEN MC • WALTER KUHEN • CHERA KUKLICA • 

CARTNEY • DERRICK MC GHEE • ROGER KUNES • APRIL LANG • DAVID 

CHRISTINE MCGINTY* CHRISTOPHER LAUVER • BENJAMIN LEASURE • 

MC GLOTHAM • VANESSA MC GRODER SHELLY LEDWELL • DONNA LEONARDI 

• KATHLEEN MC LOUGHLIN • • DENNISLESEFKY'TERRENCE LESKO 
MATTHEW MC PEEK • STEPHEN • CHONTON LEWIS • ANDREW LOGAR* 
MEYERS • THERESA MICHAEL • DUSHAWN LOMAX* BRADLEY LUNDER 
KIMBERLY MIKICH • PATRICIA • PATRICIA LUX • THOMAS LUZNY • 
MIKULEC* BRIAN MILLER • JEANETTE MARINAMACHADO* MARKMACLEOD* 
MILLER • KIMBERLY MILLER • MOLLY KENYA MALONE • FRANK MANSI • 
MILLER • RUSSELL MINTER • MARIE MARCELLI • AMANDA MARTIN • 
CHRISTINE JOYB MIRANDA • MATTHEW MONTGOMERY • PHAEDRA MOORE • CAROL MORGAN-BROWN • 
MATTHEW MURPHY • CHRISTOPHER MUZINIC • ANDREW MYERS • SCOTT MYERS • CHARLOTTE NEAL • 
EDWARD NEHRIG • KELLI NEWMAN • BRANDY NICKELL • LORENZO NORRIS • THERESA ODEN • MICHAEL 

O'FLYNN • KEITH OLSZENS • KEVIN O'NEILL • MICHAEL O'NEILL • SHAWN ORAZEN • CINDY ORLIC • 

RICHARDORSULIC'ERICOSBORNE 'RONALD PARSONS II • MICHAEL PASQUALE'RUPENPATEL 

•MATTHEW PAYNE •TAMIPAYTON«KIMBERLYPECK« ROBERT PERALTA* ERNEST PERNA« 

LISAPEROTTI« ALFRED PERRY* KIMBERLY PETERS •HEIDI PETERSON «HOLLYPIRSIG 

• JULIANNE PLESEC • MICHELLE POCARO • JAMES POSAVAD • KAREN POWELL • 

BRIAN PROCTOR • TERRA PROCTOR • DANA PUGH • ENGELBERT PUHALJ • 

GERALD QUINN • ALLEN RADOLOVIC • TOMISLAV RAGUZ • MICHELLE 

RANDOLPH • JOHN RICHARDS II • LISA RIEDEL • JOHN RIEK • 

VERENDA RIVERS • JAMES ROACH • MELISSA ROCCO • 



ANGELICA RODRIGUEZ • REBECCA 

ROEDER • ANGELA ROETHEL • MARKITA 

ROGERS • SHANTI ROGERS • REVONDA 

RUDISILL • LISA RYNN • WENDI SANDERS • 

MARIA SANDIA • DOMINIC SANELLI • JENNIFER 

SANKEY • BRIAN SARGENT • CHRISTINE SHAEFER • 

HOPE SCHMIDT • JAMES SCHNEIDER • MARCI 

SCHUSTER • DARNELL SCOTT • MICHELLE SECIC • DAWN 

SEGINES • THOMAN SHANNON • ANTHONY SHAW • DAVID 

SHECK • CHRISTOPHER SHENK • MICHAEL SHERIDAN • 

JEFFERY SIMENC* STEPHANIE SLOGAR* RONALD SLUSARSKI 

II • AMYSMITH • JONASIS SMITH • KENNETH SMITH • LATESHA 

SMITH • SHANNON SMITH • JASON SOCHA • WILLIAM 

SOLNOSKY • CHRISTOPHER SPADA • LORRI SPOONER • 

MICHELLE SPRINGER • SHEREE STARR • DAVID STEPHENS • 

BRIAN STERRICK • LAMONT STEWART • CYNTHIA STIH • BRIAN 

STILLINGS • JAMIE STROHLER • JOHN STOIS • RONALD 

STOKES • DAVIV STRUNK • MAN NEE SUE • ROBERT SUGAR • 

CHARRISSE SUMMERALL • SANDY SWANSON • APRILTANNER 

• FRANCES TAYLOR • KIMBERLY TAYLOR • LAURA TAYLOR • 

ANN TEKAVEC • TELESA TERRY • 

TAMMIEANNA THORTON • PATRICIA p 

TINKER • SHELLEY TOBIAS • BRUCE 

TORZEWSKI JR • JODIN TORCHECK • 

ADRIENNETROHA* KENNETH TROY* • 

CHERYL TUCKER • JUN YONG U • 

DOUGLAS UCHBAR JR • KADOHI 

UCHIDA • MICHAEL URBANIA • ROSE 

VALENTIC • KEVIN VANCE • PETE 

VEEDMONT III • BRYAN VEHOVEC • 

LAURA VERBYLA • ROBERT VOIGHT • 

CHRISTINE VON SICK • JAYNE 

VURUSIC • MICHELLE WAGNER • 

PHILIP WALZAK • STACY WALLETTE • « 

KENNETH WALTER • HALLIE WATSON • 

REBECCA WEAVER • ANITA WEIER • 

JASON WEYBRECHT • THOMAS 

WHELAN • PAULNETTA WILCOX • 

CLAUDIA WILLIAMS • RASHAWN 

WILLIAMS • MELISA WILLINGHAM • 

DERRICK WILLIS* ERIC WILSON »WINDI 

WOJDAK • KENNETH WOLENSKI • 

EDRINAWOMACK«VALENCIAWOODS« 

DONNAIRE WOULLARD • MILTON 

WYLEY • CRYSTAL YOUNG • PAUL 

YOUNG • STACIE YUHAS • CHARLES 

YURCICH • CHRISTINE ZAGORE • -*, 

JAMES ZAHLER* CAROL ZAHURSKY • w 

JANENE ZAKRAJSEK • LORETTA ZALAR 

• ROBERTZELE • WEI ZHANG • EDWARD 
ZIVNOSKA • TOMISLAV ZOVKO • 
MITCHELLADDY* DERYKKAALBRIGHT 

• KERRI ALESNIK • DANIEL AMATO • 
THOMIKA ANDERSON • HAROLD 
ANDREWS • STACEY APANAITES • TINA 
ARNOLD • LADRHESA ASH • GREGORY 
BABNIK • SHANNON BAILEY • DIANE 

BAIRD • PATTI BAKER • MATTHEW BARLEY • SHARON BARRETT • CARLA BARTLETT • JENNIFER BECK • 
LATRICE BELL • MITCHELL BERZIN • MICHELLE BERZINSKAS • THERESA BLASIUS • LEE BOCK • GERALD 
BOINER • JOCELYN BOROS • VICTORIA BOROS • SHAWNA BRADAC • COLEEN BRADACH • CANTINA 
BREWINGTON • SUZI BRKIC • BRIGETT BROKAW • BOSTJAN BRUMEN • RICHARD BUNN • JOHN BURICH • 
PATRICIA BURKE • STEPHEN BURKE • STEVE BURRINGTON • TRACY CAPUOZZO • PATRICK CAREY • 
ANTHONY CARMIGIANO • KELLY CARNEY • MICHAEL CARNEY • BRYANT CARROLL • JASON CARROLL • 
TAMIKO CARTER • ROGELENE M CASTRO • BETSY CAYNE • CHRISTINE CECELIC • SONIA CENCIC • NICOLE 
CERANOWICZ • LESLIE CERCEK • JOSEPH CESA • TENNISHA CHATMAN • DAMON CHERNEY • CHRISTINE 
CHIANCONE* JOHN CIARLILLO«CHRISTOPHERCIULLA«ADRIENNECIUPRINSKAS« KEITH CLARK* SHAWN 
CLARK • TERRY CLARK II • TERRY COBB • SHANA COGHILL • ANDREA COLAVECCHIO • REBECCA COLE • 
JESSE COLEMAN • MARLA COOK • CATHERINE COPELAND • IRVIN CORBITT • YOLANDA CORNELIUS • 
CHRISTINE COTTER • MIRIAM COUCH • LEONARD CRAIG • JODIE CULLITON • RASHONDA CUMMINGS • 
ANTHONY CURRY • VIDAL CURRY • JUSTIN DAUGHERTY • KELLY DAUGHERTY • MAUREEN DE JONGE • 
FRANK DENGEL JR • MARY DENGEL • DENISE DENOVICH • ELVIRA Dl PLACITO • FREDERICK DIXON •